Fate Found Me
I saw what it took to just make me smile
I saw what would make my life worthwhile
I saw that my life was about to go right
You saw all my dreams just die tonight
What's left of me but a used up man?
A shell with no light, back where I began
I thought I got away from the hell of my fate
I can't start again, I know it's too late
I'm too weak to run and just start again
I look at my life and where all I've been
What have I done that mattered at all?
Do I have a purpose? Will I always fall?
I was so happy, I just found myself
Chalk up my dream and put it on the shelf
I've accepted my curse, I've accepted my fate
There's no future that I can create
I know I'm gonna die forgotten and alone
I don't know what I did, I'm out on my own
I prayed for a life so free of pain
I prayed so hard it tore at my brain
No one's listened to me, no one really cared
I'm looking at my life, for once I'm so scared
Fate broke me down, my joy wasn't right
What will I do if left alone tonight?
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Kami (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, June 19 2005, 11:21 pm|
reality sucks really bad
|2 painful 2 forget (184.108.40.206) -- Wednesday, April 25 2007, 11:49 pm|
I like it. I love all ur poems. Keep writing u have talent!
|barb (220.127.116.11) -- Thursday, April 26 2007, 02:19 am|
All you've been through,has made you a good writer. I think your job is to let others know ,never give up,Look how far you have come seizure. I for one would miss your writing even tho I don't comment to all I read them.one hand and one finger typing tires me out so I mostly read.FIGHT FIGHT if not for yourself,for others that can learn from your experiences ok.
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