If You Haven't Noticed
Watching my memory fade,
Watching my life go to waste,
Looking at all Iíve made,
Iím left with this bitter taste,
Does God have a plan for me?
I donít know what to expect,
Can I ever really be free?
What will my life reflect?
I looked in the mirror today,
I smiled as best I could,
I wish this smile would stay,
I really wish that it would,
As I first saw my reflection,
It frightened me to see,
How Iíve reacted to rejection,
I donít think Iíll ever be free,
Iíve been locked away too long,
Shut out from everyone,
My life is all so wrong,
But it has just begun,
Iím being reeled in by the bad,
Iíve lost what was once good,
The life that I once had,
No one understood,
How can people ignore,
A person, alone whoís crying,
What are they crying for?
Is it because someone is dying?
No one knows, but no one cares,
They donít even bother to ask,
No wonder theyíre spreading tears,
Time is going by too fast,
One day you will both try,
To stop this fight youíve made,
But someone has just died,
Now your memories slowly fade,
Life is precious if you havenít perceived,
But never do we see it as such,
I just hope that youíll believe,
That this life is never too muchÖ
Comments on this poem/writing:
|leah (126.96.36.199) -- Wednesday, November 26 2003, 02:03 am|
|shan (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, November 26 2003, 02:50 am|
wow.. this poem really hit me hard. i loved it. every word.. every feelin from it. i loved it, as all ur writings, it's beautiful. keep up the good work yo
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