Biography of Karley Kay
'You Say Love Is Overrated, I Say It's Complicated.'
Seventeen Year Old Girl. Poems Are My Words When I Can't Speak And My Relief When I Think It's Gone Missing.
Karley Kay Poems
Hating this feeling, what's this mean? My chest hurts, I can't breathe My eyes burn, tears stain my face My hands shake, can't seem to stop.
All Because Of You
Because of you, I'm stronger Because of you, I'm happier Because of you, I laugh again Because of you I cry no more
Music speaks to me When music plays My body moves to the beat My heart beats faster
I’m a girl with a fragile heart Bandaged together with care Cracks spread everywhere In danger of shattering
The darkness returns, the shadows surround me Suddenly I forgot how to breathe What's going on? Why is this happening again?
Dear God, I ask thee this day To help me make the right decision About my future, my life So many options, so many choices
Put Your Pain In My Hands
Standing there, holding you close Wishing I could take your pain away Wishing your pain would be my pain So you wouldn’t be hurting like this
Hearing your words Echoing in my head I squeeze my eyes closed Trying to block them out.
Nothing Is What It Seems
The sun peeks over the mountain The dew on the grass Makes everything glitter The cool air nips at my heels
Glancing around the room My breath coming in faster My eyes dart around Feels like I'm being choked
So your back, congratulations, Everyone's happy again Everyone that is,
Atleast Someone Listens (For Him)
Darkness begins to fall But this time I'm not alone This time someone is here This time someone is listening.
Two Years Without You
Glancing around, it suddenly hits me what's missing Today has been two years, two years with a world of meaning Two years ago, you took your life And took part of me with you
Confession (Dont Judge Me)
Im insecure, I doubt myself a lot I'm scared to let anyone close I tell others I don't cry But then fall apart when I'm alone
Lying there curled up in a ball
As the memories of the past unfold again
The memories of the past I need to forget
But they come toward me faster than ever tonight.
Huddled in a corner, afraid of every sound, of every movement,
Afraid it will hurt me like he did.