Joyce Alcantara

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    Poems by Joyce Alcantara

  • You Will Never See Me Fall


    • Published: April 2008

    in Inspirational Poems

    You may see me struggle,
    but you won't see me fall.
    Regardless if I'm weak or not,
    I'm going to stand tall.

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    This is the best poem that I have ever read in my entire life. I grew up in a family where I had to see my mother being abused by my dad several times since I was five years old. I am 15...

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  • Wanting To Feel Something

    • Published: February 2008

    in Crying Poems

    Have you ever held in pain to the point where it seemed like you didn't care?
    You could've sworn you were crying,
    But when you went to wipe tears away there was nothing there?
    Going through life empty,

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    All I have to say is that I really feel blessed to be able to feel it all. I am so grateful to G-d that I have the strength to care about things when I have a LOT of pain stored inside of my...

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  • Listen

    • Published: May 2008

    in Abuse Poems

    There is a reflection of pain in her eyes, as she fights back tears.
    Trying to figure out why she has put up with it all of these years.
    Innocence gone.
    Just taken away.

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    • Rating 4.56
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    This brought tears to my eyes. I went through something like this a few years ago. But this certainty touched me.

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