I Did It

Poem By Jordan Davis

I did it
I kept going and didn't quit
The yelling pounded in my ears
Like it has for so many years
My father shouting, my tears rising
I was one breath away from crying
My brother cursing, my body trembling
Please make it stop, I'd do anything
So I clean the dishes in the silence I made
How is this different from other days?
I created this and I feel like shit
I did it all, I did it....

Comments about I Did It

I'm willing to bet that you didn't do it...and shouldn't be blaming yourself! I encourage you to write more...your poems are very good! Hugs, dee


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