Repression Dissolves, a short story by Gracifa. Date added: 2010-03-31. Times viewed: 551.
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- Intro: About a women that overcomes her painful memories (I am not good at poetry, but I used to write when I was younger, please don't be too harsh!)
She's happy now.
Once again she can say those words to herself.
The past holds the pain and her deep regret,
Her memories start to fade,
That life goes out just like her cigarette.
Just like repression dissolves.
She can't make sense of it all,
Maybe the scars will always be with her?
Those questions are a feeble whisper.
She can make her own decision,
To guide her, to make her future blossom,
Reveal a path to walk alone,
As the floods have yielded,
It has been promised safe now.
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