A storm

January 20, 2010
By Devon Owens BRONZE, Listowel, Other
Devon Owens BRONZE, Listowel, Other
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My head is a storm
the cold waves smash my heart,
smash my heart against rocks,
the wind around gets stronger, calm is all you see
lost in a storm
I have no directions
no idea which way is right
my safety is at a shoreline, I'll never reach
My heart is cloudy
death clouds are descending,
roaring as they arrive, the wind controls their flow
incapable to stop them,
the clouds around me get thicker, sky is all you see
lost in a storm
I have no directions
no idea which way is right
my safety is at a shoreline, I'll never reach
eyes closed, I can feel the cool rain
squeeze them tighter and all I feel is pain
screaming lightening suprises you, seperates you and me
the storm around me is stronger, you will never see
lost in a storm
I have no directions
no idea which way is right
my safety is at a shoreline, I'll never reach
my safety is a shoreline
is a shoreline
a shoreline, I'll never reach


The author's comments:
This was a piece that discusses depression in a form as a storm, it's mean to describe the effects depression has on your relationships. This doesn't have to be lyrics about love it can be family members who are on that shoreline to or friends.

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