(Ode to Alcohol)
The queasy feeling in my stomach
The pounding in my head
The only thoughts in my mind
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(Ode to Alcohol)Featured Shared Story
I really enjoyed reading this, it made me reflect back to what I have done to my son. My life is so much better today. I have been 14 months sober from alcoholism. Thank you for letting me...
Day In The Life Of An Addict Poem
For the rest of my life, cursed with this disease.
For all those who suffer, we just got to believe.
Believing in yourself is the hardest thing to do,
so take a look in the mirror and ask do you see you?Featured Shared Story
I’ve been clean for 23 years from crack cocaine. I’m also a born again Christian. Let me share a few recommendations. Number 1 – I know the doctors say you are dying, but that...
The Web Of Addiction
A cloud is looming overhead,
Weighted I feel as I rise from bed.
A need for something, whatever the fix.
Its voice is talking, playing tricks.Featured Shared Story
It touched my heart. The gist of this poem is the reality of my life too. Only those who have faced this nasty phase can understand the pain of the poem and how the evil inside starts...
You were born today
A gift from God
The blessing we waited for
Your small fingers, your tiny toes...Featured Shared Story
This poem really touched me! I have 3 beautiful kids of my own and I couldn't imagine losing them. It's a cold hard reality with the world were living in. So sad
I pray for the one who uses for the first time today...They wont want to leave, they'll want more so they'll stay...
They will do it for fun at first, or maybe even the high...They will like when they're using, they're far from being shy...
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Wow! Well said. I have complete mercy on the unfortunate soul who picks up for the first time today.
The time has come to say goodbye
Don't be sad, and please don't cry
The times we shared were full of fun
When I needed someone you were the one...Featured Shared Story
I like this poem, reminds me of my alcohol addiction when I was young. Dependent by the age of 15, I added spirits to everything, even my food. Soon enough I became a pill junkie, and no not...
Looking forward with fear I stare.
I face the mirror to see there.
I've lost my family, my friends are few.
You've controlled my life but now I'm through....Featured Shared Story
Tasting the soft ashes in an ashtray was my first known addiction. Innocently I remember if I could just make it to where it always was to be found I knew that taste would be waiting....
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