Burning Year's End

January 29, 2010
By tes1634 PLATINUM, Olive Hill, Kentucky
tes1634 PLATINUM, Olive Hill, Kentucky
46 articles 16 photos 17 comments

Flames lick at the edges of what only god knows;
A year like another teenage girls I suppose.

Ups and downs, spin arounds, lurking at every turn;
Scars and cuts, whores and sluts, searching for something to burn.

On the outside pain turns to blood and tears spring fresh leaks;
Because the girl on the inside is full of cracks and creaks.

A fragile existence torn and tattered, at best stitched together;
Best thing to think is this horrible year can't last forever.

Everywhere you look, a new crisis appears in thin air;
and the worst part is, the solution's just not there.

Slinking down the hallways and spilling across daily surface;
Fire is bright and fire is clean, so with that, into the furnace.

World falls apart, pain inflicted from what each and every boy breaks;
Another comes and another goes when one is recovering heart aches.

City crumbles to a world of bleakness by the dreary December end;
Days trn to nights and nights to days as you stand afar and wair their spend.

What good is a year to start so blissful, and unravel to tragic destruction?
When a 13 year old girl finds the whispered lies, fatal fall to corruption.

Shredded disregards and forgoten memories lost in the night;
A blaze to sweep the whole year clean, one flame to ignite.

Sun burns, time turns erasing, escaping within a flame;
The truest, purest, brightest we learn, that shall never ever be tame.

But where is the fun in losing mistakes from which one can cathch?
A springboard into a newer, brighter year: one single match.


The author's comments:
I've kept a diary since December 2008. I actually stayed faithful, even if it was just a little poem one day. I decided to burn my diary because it is kind of painful to look at it all the time. This is the poem on the very back cover because I ran out of pages. I figured I'd go ahead and put it out there for you guys to read.

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