Past the Great Divide

April 3, 2010
By Jesse2shy BRONZE, Lyndhurst, Ohio
Jesse2shy BRONZE, Lyndhurst, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"I'm just a musical prostitute my dear". Freddie Mercury

She screamed until I listened
And we made something of nothing
I tried and tried to drown out her every word
My God, she had no soul

She made me feel
She made me bleed
My head spinning, emotions growing from one seed

She disappeared into thin air
Into nothing
What she left behind was despair

How could I just walk away?
Just to find myself in this world today
Loneliness trapped me and there I stayed
Until I heard her scream

And the cycle continues
I’ve fallen into a crack
I am lost inside my sweet devotion
Lacking all mortal emotions

I was scared
There was nothing I could do
My only hope was reaching the world anew

But I did not want to face her again
If only fear was a sin
She has me now
Captured inside

So here I am
I am far past the great divide

The author's comments:
This is just a poem i wrote awhile ago. I have no idea what I was thinking, but reading it now I know I was definatly feeling.

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