Envisioned Security

by Richard Machado   Sep 5, 2007

Im sorry for my insecurities,
If they disturb you in your sleep.
The children here,
Sleep so silently and peaceful,
In their chambers 6-feet deep.
For now,
They sleep so silently and peaceful
Until my insecurities start to creep.

The sounds around
Dont make me frown
They draw me in to sleep within.
The sounds around
Bring me down,
Way beneath the underground.
Cradled by earth, I feel rebirth;
And, in this sea; security.


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  • 10 years ago

    by xPerfect Chaosx

    Wow. I have to say that truly stunned me. Truly. It's wonderful Richie (lol). You've left me stunned, which is hard to do. To me, this poem speaks of how as a child, you are a lot more secure with yourself, but as you get older, insecurites creep in to you and make you doubt yourself a whole lot more than when you did when you were little. This is awesome 5/5 from me for sure

    Much Love,

  • 10 years ago

    by Shauna

    Another Wonderful Poem! You Are a Talented Writer! =)


  • 10 years ago

    by .K.i.T.t.Y.

    Ok, maybe next week. dont forget to remind me. i really want to vote on this but ive sadly reached my limit...

  • 10 years ago

    by .K.i.T.t.Y.

    Wow. i really dont know what to say about this. your wording is fabulous. i want to add this to my favorites. ill even give you a cookie. [voted and rated the best]

  • 10 years ago

    by Beautiful Chaos

    Again I think you have a very interesting flow, very nice, I have enjoyed reading your work and think I will be adding you to my faves. Good job!