Author: Crimson Angel
Simply lowered to that of naught
Emptiness within the bowers of loneliness
Forgetting those whom have endured
The same passion and pain as I
Shifting from the shadows
Simply falling into the forever
Of what my sorrowed eyes tend to see
Finding all that drown me in the lies
I feel so wasted, so alone
I want to be perfect
I want to be flawless
But you see I am wasted
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Mandy Star (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, February 20 2004, 08:10 pm|
You are so talented!!! I know u wrote this right beside me during technolgy class. You amaze me. I am so lucky and thankful that we know each other!!!! Until next time. Bye Bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Martin Vann (188.8.131.52) -- Friday, February 20 2004, 10:08 pm|
You may feel wasted, but your words within this poem, are precious. Difficult I know, to hear such gratitude, from one who reads the detail of your pain. Yet, why, I do not know, but the deeper we feel despair, we find the answers for our selves, within, our own despair.
Read your work several times, your are I think the word, is perceptive.
|Crimson Angel (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, February 23 2004, 01:16 am|
Despite my many tries and pleas, things in life always seems to turn in the direction I don't want it to go in. Life seems to have a way of twisting its prys against my own intentions, thus how I lose many things I love and receive many things I could indeed live without. Whilst writing this poem, I was thinking I might've begun to lose someone sincerely dear to me which is why the poem turned out the way it did. But maybe I should begin seeing the better.. Thank you both for the compliments.
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