Poems by Opal Ingram

Poems by Opal Ingram

 

A Image Not of I

A Image not of I eye’s open
trap in the silence
collecting thoughts that
hidden deep in
side.

trapped in between the
silence tears are nothing to
empty hearts, an image not
of I trapped in the silence
like flutter on a breeze a
Image not of I

eyes open trap in the
silence it feels my heart loudly
It shows me my scars a image
that stays hidden in my soul’ .

Everyone thinks I am carve in
stone, a image not of I
perhaps you the same
fragile!

but, from a different struggle
Ive seen your scars and the
bruises between the silence
eyes open place in comparison
to the walls within I was confined
behind the walls of my own image
Life a image not of I.
or You.

© Opal Ingram
10/5/2014

 

I Hung Around Hidden

I hung around hidden , built up
In my mind’ I realize that when
one door closes, you open up
the next , like a rag doll torn
wither bruise with a state of
mind confuse mentally incapable
of a illusion trap in self esteem
mentally no one see’s I hung
around hidden built up in.my
mind like a rag doll in a stare of
shame utter in a clutter call shame
mouth shut like a cat wondering
wondering in a alley who’s hungry
but cant find food for itself’ all
alone I realize that when one
door closes the next open’s I
hung around hidden, the girl
In the front like a rag doll
torn wither in her soul, no
one sees her’ mentally like
a girl without a face physically
she is there in her soul lies courage
wrap up in strength she hung around
hidden until one day she realize when one door opens one door
closes, her state of mind reads
alive no longer hidden but mentally
alive.

© Opal Ingram
10/5/2014

 

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