Tag Archives: Dissociative Identity Disorder

Who Am I?

Who am I?
I am nothing
But I want to be something
Even when you tell me I already am.

I’m drowning in my own filth again
Trying to get unstuck here
But it feels like too much work
If only I knew my own worth.

I’m really good at hiding
When the noise gets too loud
But when it gets too silent
I feel like I’ll go crazy if I don’t make a sound.

Right or wrong
It doesn’t really matter
As long as I’m not lonely
As long as there’s love you can show me.

I’ll never let you in
Because it’s already too much.
I guess being by myself
Will have to be enough.

Written by : Unknown ? Who am I ?

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You Only See What You Want To See

You don’t see me

For the me I am

Because you’re too busy

Judging what you don’t know

It hurts but I try not to let it show

 

 

Everyday I’m hiding for my safety

Hoping I won’t get locked up

For just being different

All because I survived

All because I didn’t want to die

 

 

But it doesn’t matter

That I was protecting myself

Because you don’t care

And would rather stay unaware

Instead of see the truth

That’s I’m beautiful as I am

Not damaged, not broken

These words are left unspoken

Because you don’t want to hear me

Because you don’t want to see me

You only see what you want to see

Instead of accepting me for me

 

Written by : Ashley

Falling Between The Cracks

Switching modes

So caught in between.

 

Feeling myself slipping

Between the cracks

Of those before me.

 

Losing track of who I am

Is easy when I

Never stay the same.

 

Locked up in a hell

That keeps me hooked

With desires hard to ignore.

 

Falling in and out

Hoping to stay here

For just a little longer.

 

But then I’m gone again

And when I come back

I never feel quite right.

 

Not that I ever really have

In this game that never ends.

 

Tired of being played

And never really having a voice

To call my own.

 

It’s what I’m used to though

And it brings me a comfort

That I know is toxic.

 

Giving me a false sense of security.

Strapping me down to the lies

That keep me alive.

 

Written by : Kristin