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The Day My World Changed~Part 2~

Updated on May 6, 2015
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I previously wrote a poem entitled, 'The Day My World Changed.' This is a continuation of what happened afterwards...

The night is so cold,

I've no warm coat to wear.

My fingers are frigid,

Does anyone even care?


My feet feel like ice,

From the holes in my shoes.

What else could go wrong?

Nothing... I already lose.


I'm so lost and alone,

I don't know where to go.

So, up and down the sidewalk,

I walk to and fro.


I go past a building,

A man's standing there,

With a look on his face,

Of a puzzled kind of stare.


I start to walk faster,

And even start to run.

Will he also come after me?

Perhaps he's got a gun?


I heard him yell out,

From a distance, "You ok?"

But I kept on running,

I just wanted to get away.


From what had just happened,

To me down the street.

I wasn't about to have,

Another 'taste of concrete'.


I ran and I ran,

And I ran even more.

'Til my legs were all shaky,

Even more than before.


I then had to stop,

I was losing my breath.

I started to think,

Is this worse, or death?


My thoughts go in every,

Which way and direction.

Even being back home,

Thou there's no love or affection.


At least being there,

I've a roof o'er my head.

And some food and a shower,

And to sleep in my bed.


I then found a doorway,

In which I could sit.

To rest for awhile,

Even just for a bit.


As I sat and watched,

As the cars drove on by,

I thought and I wondered,

Do you see me cry?


To my amazement,

And utter surprise,

There was one that stopped,

For they did hear my cries.


My head was bent,

And I didn't see,

They got out of the car,

And walked over to me.


A tap on my shoulder,

My heart skipped a beat!

I felt full of fear,

And I jumped to my feet!


It was then that I realized,

It's someone I know.

They helped me to walk,

And in the car I did go.


My problems weren't over,

They were still dark and grey,

For this was the person,

Who helped me run away.

To be continued....

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      Field-Of-Flowers 5 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Ardie thank you for taking the time to read this and comment. My words are filled with emotions, deep emotions... to touch the very heart of a person. May it be for the good.

      Have a great day! :-)

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      Sondra 6 years ago from Neverland

      Wow - I could feel, literally feel, the pain pouring from your words. Absolutely beautiful in a very sad way.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Tamarajo thank you for following my story. I hope you are gripped in a good way.

      Have a great day! :-)

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Victoria Lynn thank you for commenting and for reading my story. Part 3 is intense.

      Have a great day my friend! :-)

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      Tamarajo 6 years ago

      I am gripped by your story.

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      Victoria Lynn 6 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Awesome. A touching portrayal of some real pain. I look forward to reading Part 3.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Eddie-Perkins thanks for continuing to read this and your great comment. I agree, there are people who need to hear about this. Hopefully those who need it will find healing through it.

      Have a great day and God bless!

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      Eddie-Perkins 6 years ago

      Thankful you are continuing your story. We all need to hear this. God bless you.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi pedrn44 thank you for your comments and for following me. I am honored. I just finished writing the conclusion of my story. It took awhile, but I hope it inspires those who read it. I'm forever grateful that I am safe.

      Have a great day and God bless! :-)

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      Sandi 6 years ago from Greenfield, Wisconsin

      I am awaiting the "to be continued"...please don't take too long. Although this whole thing is not behind you and you have healing to do I am so glad you are safe:)

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi sligobay thank you for following my saga and for the wonderful compliment. I am encouraged!

      Have a great day and God bless! :-)

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      sligobay 6 years ago from east of the equator

      I'm still here following your saga. You write well.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Rosemay50 thank you so much for commenting. I'm glad to know my thoughts and feelings are coming alive through my writings.

      Have a great day and God bless! :-)

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      Rosemary Sadler 6 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      Once again written with great depth of feeling.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi johnnyco12 thank you so much for your kind words. They are very much appreciated. I'm glad it touched you. I hope to touch many more. Thank you for seeing my talent in writing and for your encouragement.

      "I am honored to be a part of your world." Thank you, johnnyco12.

      Have a great day and may God richly bless you! :-)

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      johnnyco12 6 years ago from Pascagoula, Ms

      What a beautiful and touching story and so well presented, your poem is referred to as therapeutic writing, most people when they first begin to write do so as a coping mechanism. It's good to see that you didn't stop there but are pursuing the talent that God has blessed you with. I am honored to be a part of your world.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi PenMePretty thank you so much for your kind words. This is truly from my heart. I'm glad that it was able to touch you.

      Have a great day and God bless you! :-)

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      PenMePretty 6 years ago from Franklin

      This is heart--so touching. You are a great writer.

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi Binaya,Ghimire thanks for stopping by and commenting it's appreciated. An epic poem... yes. A dramatic poem... yes. A heartfelt poem... yes. A touching poem... yes. Many different aspects I am hoping to portray in my writings. This is just the beginning of a story that I hope will touch many.

      Have a great day and God bless you!

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      Field-Of-Flowers 6 years ago from Midwest, USA

      Hi saddlerider1 it's always a pleasure to read your comments. Thanks for stopping by. It was worse than a nightmare... the english language doesn't have a word to describe the depth of it all. I didn't trust any strangers... I was afraid they would hurt me.

      The police... nowhere to be found. They were probably sitting in their squad cars eating donuts and drinking coffee.

      As far as the car I got into...

      ... to be continued...

      Have a great day and God bless you!

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      Binaya.Ghimire 6 years ago

      Looks like your are going to pen an epic poem. I would love if that happens.

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      saddlerider1 6 years ago

      Thank you for sharing Part 2 it sure was a nightmare for you, running and trying to get away and find some refuge and kindness from a stranger. Where are the police when you need them, huh? What a Hell you were in, I am so glad you made it to safety getting into that car with some friends, let's hope.