The Missing Piece

May 29, 2009
By PoeticRamblings GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
PoeticRamblings GOLD, Woodbridge, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
Facts may be true, but there are very few people who dare to speak the truth.


Strangers in an empty room

Enigma of the mind consume


Emotionless, the heart beats faster

Blissful memories of disaster


Internal battle wrecks my mind

Search for what no one can find


Too complex, I’ve lost my sense

Words unspoken become intense


Trapped confused just let me out

I love you, does that even count?



What’s wrong with the picture? I’m not in it

The missing piece I need to fit it



All my emotions, unrequited

‘Till my feelings are admitted

The author's comments:
Bascically this poem is about how superficial and shallow the world is becoming and how people don't say what the mean.

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