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To Be Continued…

To Be Continued...

I am tired of being compassionate.

I am tired of caring

for others

more than I care

for me

– even though that is the Christian Way

and the Politcally Correct Way

to be .

I have a way

that is my way.

Put that in

your pipe

and choke

on the truth.

Ellespeth

About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

2 comments on “To Be Continued…

  1. Love the defiant anger of someone pushed too far.

  2. You have captured a truth mostly pushed to the back burner but felt just the same. I wonder if she says this to herself or is standing up for herself.

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