Barely Hanging On
Lulu.com, Nov 24, 2008 - 91 pages
A collection of poems mostly written during my teenage years when everything was turned upside down. Which is why this book reads young, I kept their original worth and meaning. To have matured it to my age now would have taken that meaning away. I didn't want to expose my life so I wrote pieces of me looking in through the eyes of other's... their hardships, abusive parents, love or the lack of, drug abuse, and the happy or the unhappy. That was my therapy; seeing that there was harder hardships to overcome. However, there are a few that are for me... about me.
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