Poetry from Rampton

“Help Me”


Please help me God, I feel so alone

I’m just your kid, don’t leave me on my own

I cry so many tears, writing things down

And I feel like I always frown.


I wake up every day, don’t want to leave my home

The family asking why I’m always on my own

My temper is bad, my life is a mess

But with you I can have some rest


I didn’t ask to be like this, why you making me pay?

I can’t keep living this way

You need to help me please

I’m falling to my knees


In the world there is no hiding

I have turned to fighting

My emotions, they sometimes get the better of me

But I guess I’ve got to just keep calm and see.


Written by a patient in the Women’s Service, Rampton

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