I Know It All From Within You

March 7, 2012
By Lizzy-Lizzy BRONZE, Littleton, New Hampshire
Lizzy-Lizzy BRONZE, Littleton, New Hampshire
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Favorite Quote:
"Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth till the hour of separation."


I don't need to wonder what it must feel like to have a tornado of emotion hiding under your skin,
?pulling you in, ?
farther and farther,
don't you feel it too?
?It's eating at me, is it eating at you?
?Like lightning flashing before my eyes,
?I want sanctification from this demise.
The pain, the anger,
the catch, the wrangler,?
the damn regrets.
??If you could speak you would have rang her,
?but a stronghold has got your throat.
?If you could express these feelings,
?at their best, they’re just feelings.
?Right? Wrong. ?
There's nothing left,
you said be-gone!
?Is there something inside of you,
?that let something inside of me?
You're my muse for my emotions,
?but I have to hide all notions.?
Implications and deranged creations,?
isolations and false accusations,
?it all seems to mesh together to form my own net. ?And where is the loaded gun?
?I need to tell myself I'm tied to it.?
And where is that family?
?I need to tell myself a lie for it.
?Where is this thing called love?
I'm showing all the need for it.??
I don't need to wonder what it must feel like to have a tornado of emotion hiding under your skin,
?pulling you in. Like a turtle in your shell, ?
once in a while you pop and out lie,
?to make sure we think that all is "well."

The author's comments:
Written for someone who doesn't yet know how to speak, but he will soon.

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