Anxiety

October 9, 2011
By mdamico1315 BRONZE, Mattydale, New York
mdamico1315 BRONZE, Mattydale, New York
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Favorite Quote:
don't tell me sky is the limit when there are foot prints on the moon


As I lie here on my bed,
the one thing that I dread,
is the anxiety,
the raging fear inside of me.
This earth is cold
and truth be told,
I want to be with you until I'm old.
But you see,
there's this fear inside of me;
that this is ours to own it,
but you could be taken from me at any moment.
Shall you be taken from me, they stole,
the one who has my heart and soul.
Unable to find what I can be
without you here with me,
it's indeed true,
that I can't live without you.
In your possession are my dreams, my happiness, my sanity,
and you have the ability,
to make me feel like I go to heaven and leave this place,
to give me the strength to win this race.
While these thoughts are astray,
I keep them locked away,
so without you,
what could I be,
cause you have my heart and I see,
that right from the start you had the key.

The author's comments:
This poem is basically about just losing someone, under any circumstance, that you really care about. I wanted to create an ominous feel to it because of the fear one may have when losing someone of great significance.

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