April 23, 2009
By Rebecca Wilken SILVER, Fall River, Wisconsin
Rebecca Wilken SILVER, Fall River, Wisconsin
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Rain beating on my windshield
It’s all that I can see
Keep hearing your voice echo
“Get out, just leave
You don’t want to be here
So why do you stay?
I’ll find somebody else
You can be replaced”
I can’t feel anything
Your words made me numb
Maybe its better this way
I can’t feel the pain
Your words are slowly fading away
Being replaced by a loud muffled siren
Red lights flashing
Being replaced by a dark hole
Somebody’s arm on mine
Pulling me out of the whole
“Ma’am can you hear me?
I need you to respond”
The pain is burning
I can feel all of it now
Stretched out on a bed
You standing by my side
Claiming that you’re sorry,
You’ll never say it again
But this time I won’t reply,
This time I’m going home.

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on Sep. 28 2009 at 5:05 pm
ultrabookworm BRONZE, Equestria, Kentucky
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Very interesting subject. The poem flows pretty well, and the reader can relate to all the emotions vividly. Great job!


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