Author: The Lost Girl
There's a dark shadow over there,
it's watching me, I swear.
I used to not be afraid of it,
but now it's just waiting to hit.
It waits for me to say the wrong thing,
so it can take its' first enjoyable swing.
It's haunting my dreams and my every thought.
Where's the love from it that used to be sought?
I relied on the faceless shadow for care,
not to come and bring me fear.
I ran to it when I was in doubt,
but now I only get hit it the mouth.
I'm scared to leave this comforting spot,
its' eyes are watching, its' stare is hot.
I'm trembling now, and I look to the door,
but if I try to run, I'll be on the floor.
I tell myself "Do not cry,"
because if I do, I might die.
Tomorrow, after the pain, I'll try to see,
that it's alright, I need to love Daddy.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|KitKatrina (18.104.22.168) -- Saturday, March 19 2005, 06:23 am|
Again another beautiful poem, I love what you write. Keep it up!
|Britney (22.214.171.124) -- Saturday, March 19 2005, 03:26 pm|
I love this poem. They are so great! ~Britney~
|Angel in Tears (126.96.36.199) -- Saturday, March 19 2005, 07:40 pm|
I'm sorry for all this pain.I wish I could take it all away.(sounds like a begining of a poem:p hmm...oopsy trailed off.)I hope your better.Lovely poem...x
|Taylor James (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, March 23 2005, 04:14 pm|
omg, this poem is so good i absolutely love all your poems.u r one of the best poets hus work i have read.... kepp up ther fantastic work hun
|Mike (184.108.40.206) -- Saturday, April 9 2005, 10:53 pm|
The last two words sound like my mum.. "You need to love Daddy". Sent shivers down my spine.. Apart from that, a very expressive poem.
|Tainted Innocence (220.127.116.11) -- Wednesday, December 14 2005, 02:34 am|
I went through this too. I just kept thinking, he's my dad, i have to love him. Great poem as always. kee expressing your feelings through writing. Its your gift, no matter how painful. And just keep on keepin on.
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