(866) 690-7239
Eating Disorders Anorexia Bulimia Compulsive Overeating at Something Fishy Website
Learn About:
Eating Disorders
Anorexia
Bulimia
Overeating
Binge Eating
something-fishy sitemap  


privacy policy
legal stuff
site updates
sitemap
CONTACT

Poetry :: Articles :: Caron
 
In Their Words

All poems that appear have been submitted and reprinted with the permission of the authors. Copyrights are retained by the original authors and you must contact them for permission to reprint. If you have a poem you'd like to submit yourself please send it to POETRY@something-fishy.com


On Recovery
by: Muffin

I seem to have misplaced myself.
I am no where to be found
I have look in hidden corners and up and down and all around
Underneath my fears and in between my shame
as I wandered to myself would I ever be the same.
I danced accross my dreams and they shrugged up to see
but no where is there a person who resembles anything like me
At last I glance behind me and see the person I was
I reach to grab her hand but she feels not the same
there has now grown to much neglected pain.
my hunger is thick and she offers me food but now
I know my huger is much more rich
I need somerhing more to feed my soul
As we walk away together we wave goodbye to the old
and look unward at what the future will hold

©2001 Muffin. Reprinted with Permission.

back to Poetry Index


:: Poetry :: Articles :: Caron ::

back to top Back Home
Copyright ©1998-2017 The Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders: All rights reserved.
Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy