we was an accident


We was an accident – like two cars in a crash

Our lives were tossed, turned upside down, trashed

We were the remains of life s destructive path.

We no longer had value or worth

And it seemed like it was that way since birth

We was like old pieces of furniture

Used, abused, and broken in two

What more could we do.

All the people saw was the outer frame

But could not see what the inside contained

They could not see the strength and beauty

That lied within- and the outer beauty

That once had been.

Their eyes only saw what their minds perceived

It to be -and did not see the reality.

They could not see the hurt or pain

That we held so deep inside

To the point that we would cry.

Like the oceans that hide their mysteries

There is so much that you do not see.

We have treasures buried in our soul

That once it’s shown – you want to hold.

We are the inner you that has longed to be free

But was chained up deep inside

Cowering in dark corners where you would hide.

Now you are free to explore the inner soul

And find that your life you can control.

Break the chains that have bound you for so long

And let your heart sing and rejoice in your new found self

For in this world there’s no one else

About poetlou

i am known as the story telling poet and my poems are in rhyme and verse. i write about all subject matter. i am also on poemhunter.con with over 1200 poems listed and on five other sites. i have written a " hope series" with thirteen stories which i think is of interest, and i will post the first one and if you like it , i will then post the others. ENJOY THE READS http://www.poemhunter.com/louis-rams/
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