Hopeful note

January 26, 2010
By , Kimberly, WI
So…I guess I ain’t the only one alone,

Just when I thought I had a lot of things that gone wrong,
I see a poem come along bout a girl who suffers from the break of dawn
To the line break that were currently on,
I ain’t trying to say something you hear everyday,
Just trying to show you the way
So see the light of the day,
Cause I’ve seen some wrongs, but I’ve also seen some rights,
And though my hope is gone, I ain’t givin up on the light,
It’s hard to sit here and see a friend,
Cut their wrists again and again,
What hurts more is that even as the best of friends
You continue to lie and pretend
You don’t see through my eyes
What I feel from your lies,
I know when we cry, we’re under and feel like we just wanna die,
But you see it’s what we uncover and heal from the cries,
That get us by,
Not when we live in regret and just get high,
Whether it be smoking some hemp or with cuts in our sides,
The rush makes us lose whats before our eyes,
But they don’t fix the inside,
They don’t fix the things that at bay,
Whether you do it or not they’re ganna stay,
A continuous cycle that will never go away,
I know at this rate it seems life ain’t ganna be great,
But I hate to see you in this cycle where you don’t initiate,
A sign or signal that you’re ganna change
So I wrote this rhyme in dismal to get us on the same page,
I hate seeing anyone fall,
Whether they’re across the world or straight down the hall,
It hurts to hear someone give up on it all,
So this is just a hopeful note and rhyme I wrote
That we’ll quote and denote as a time in which we gained hope

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Powd3er said...
Feb. 10, 2010 at 11:21 am
This poem has great flow and insight.
I really enjoyed it.
Lovely poem darling =]
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