Misplaced Identity

Misplaced Identity short poem

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Trying to keep myself sane; lost in choosing between two lovers
Just like someone telling me to choose an easier death; suicide or murder
I’m unconscious trying to figure out my right piece
Lost in between two characters I am about to lose my mind
My mind doesn’t have it’s control again it’s like I have misplaced my wits
Trying to put facts I notice they are slipping away from my grip
One is a sheep the other a wolf camouflaging her actions getting ready to devour her prey
But for ever negative there’s a positive to balance nature
My girls are deserting me trying to balance the love they both leave
I have learned the hardest lesson of love

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