A Critical Life

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S. E.

Abstract

She inhales a life

that doesn’t belong to her

and in her mind

everything is wrong to her

knowing that they won’t understand

how it feels to lose

Someone they love, at their own hands

She cries trying to figure out

How and why it happened

Hearing the laughter come

From the mouths of those who judge

from those who’s main priority

is to make her business, theirs

The pastor was right

life really ain’t fair

Pain sears her like

the wound on the lifeless

She never thought life was like this

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E., S. (1). A Critical Life. The Undergraduate Journal of Law & Disorder, 5, 39. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/lad/article/view/20708
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Poetry