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The Art of Emotion

By Amber Rae Wynter All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

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This is my story of depression and anger through poetry.

A Prayer


Tell me God
Why am I here
Upon this Earth
Without a care
I am unhappy
Problems have taken my body
I need a purpose better than I have thought of
And I ask you to show me the way
So I may someday find happiness
And end the sadness
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