Teardrops on My Pillow

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Poetry - 256 pages
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I'm helplessly lost in a desolate land called my mind. While being pursued by the Henchman called memories trying to bury me under the sands of time. If you are looking for traditional poetry, then Teardrops on my Pillow is not for you. If you want to maintain a na´ve veil to what the less fortunate have to experience throughout their lives, then this book of poetry is not for you. If you want to read poetry that explores the harsh realities that this world has to offer, then you will be interested in what Scott Wood has to say. This book is a wild roller coaster ride of raw emotion—from love and happiness, heartache and pain, abuse, thoughts of murder and suicide, and betrayal, and the darkest sides of human nature. Bad things happen to good people, and Scott Wood is living testament to that. So if you're feeling like you're all alone and no one understands, this poetry will encourage you and show you that you're not the only one that suffers from heartache.
 

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Contents

Introduction
15
Smiles and Sunny Days
17
Teardrops and Rainy Nights
61
The Empty Replacements of Heartache
123
Looking For Me
139
Battling Demons While Searching For God
179
Off the Wall
215
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