Biography of Amanda Saveley
Amanda Saveley Poems
Confessions Of A Bound Soul
Brother, my brother, How selfish was I While you seemed to struggle, I sat idly by
You Can Change Your Name, But You Can'T ...
I left home My choice, but the manner was not select Goodbyes to friends, family, streets, buildings All familiar...then
He Smiled (Ode To A Friend)
He always smiled. Crazy-haired boy with tired eyes That told the story of his neverending struggle
Because You Can'T Have Your Cake And Eat...
'Happy Birthday. I love you.' It's so unusual that I could say that at midnight tonight and be shooting it out in two different directions. But it makes sense, in a poetically ironic way. I feel like the day I met them was the day I finally split in half.
The Day Of My First Death
I was nine years old Dining room wood table, Polished gleam against the open window Lace curtain covers
Stuck On The Lyrics Like I'M Stuck On Yo...
You kill me... You know you do You kill me well You rip my heart
Sad incident, tragic fate, You openeth the teary gate You let loose stories of senseless hate Before closing again
Today, I rid myself of you I rid myself of you And all your Stupidity
Won'T You Leave Me With A Scar?
I have scars You just can't see them They're not behind my eyes, But they're in my tears
O, Who Is Thus Shone From Light To Darkn...
eyes like two sparkling beads of ebony breaking through the darkness glittering like celestial jewels her smile is ivory against porcelain skin
His hands... I watch them intently, Waiting for what secrets they might unfold Beneath those fingers that grip the pen
Yes, I am THAT kid... The crazy kid... The kid who says whatever they want Without thought to anyone
The Hardest Part
Anyone can die... We could all die tomorrow And never know it Yeah, we could all die tomorrow
Yes, THAT girl The one who walks the halls, Mini skirt
In this world of idoltry
I co-exist in harmony
No one notices I'm there
As if I'm nothing but pure air
I work hard and receive none
As all my hard work is undone
I have cried out, lashed out, called out
But my voice has dried out, died out