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This poem explore my fear of intimacy- of being free with my trust & love. Baring your soul only to receive scorn is an acute type of pain, but acceptance is freeing. Leave the cage, take the leap. It is our links to others that keep us grounded.

Woe to you, you who hides.

You who masks, obfuscates, and denies.

You who yearns to welcome others inside,

yet never overcomes their pride

You long to make friendships

that last amidst hardships-

to make meaningful relationships,

yet you seal your lips

You keep them shut, silence as your wealth.

You are so hesitant to let go and delve.

You insult, you hurt, you release barbs that repel,

Forever trapped in a cage you made yourself

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