The Pain Train

Just wanted to share this with you. Anyone else been part of the pain train?

Blog of the Wolf Boy

A man hits his son to teach him a lesson,

The punishments vary,

He likes to keep him guessin’.

The boy grows up with a burden to carry.


The boy becomes a man,

That man finds himself a wife,

They have themselves a son,

They start themselves a life.


But, it’s rife with strife,

From the start.


The man hurts his boy,

Because of a broken heart.

The boy leaves home young,

With his heart also torn apart.


He grows up high strung.

Infamous with the law.

No deeds of his will go unsung.


Until one day.


A new life had sprung.


A baby girl was here to stay


Her father became a boozer,

Working hard to drown his sorrows.

In his drunken stupors, he’d abuse her,

Then drink more to forget tomorrow.


The girl evolves to be shaken,

From sporadic…

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9 thoughts on “The Pain Train

  1. This is epic, a true version of generational curse! Breaks my freakin heart. Empower that woman to stop the pain train.

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    1. Well I’ve noticed it in my own family and I’m breaking it for my daughter 😎. I just wanted to relate the truth of how pain and hurt can be contagious. Thanks Nova

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      1. That’s great, but my suggestion would be another epic writing piece haha.

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      2. Hahah, okay I’m working on it. I have one that I’m really excited to share with the world, but it may be a few days yet. I’ve even recorded a reading to go with it.

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      3. Do you think it would be interesting to hear me read one of my poems?

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      4. I absolutely do. Reading a poem gives it more life! I wish all of us would do it and often.

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      5. Alright well I’ve done just that. It should be out in a few days 😉 Thanks for your feedback 🙂 *hugs*

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      6. Hugs to you and that precious baby!!

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