Karley Kay

Rookie (6/22 / Found My Relief)

Karley Kay Poems

1. Mixed Emotions 3/11/2010
2. What Would I Give 3/15/2010
3. Giving Up-So Sorry 5/18/2010
4. Communicate 10/14/2010
5. Choose: Your Addiction Or Me? 11/5/2010
6. The First Night (Because Of You) 11/11/2010
7. Friend Or Foe (You Know Who You Are) 11/12/2010
8. Forgiven But Not Trusted 11/17/2010
9. Feelings 11/17/2010
10. Fragile Song 9/3/2009
11. Learning 9/9/2009
12. Laying Awake 10/14/2009
13. Memories Of Us Song 10/15/2009
14. Is This Goodbye? 12/8/2010
15. Goodbye? ! 12/8/2010
16. Why Is Life 12/8/2010
17. Letting Go 12/8/2010
18. Hurt 1/13/2011
19. Let You Go (You Know Who You Are) 1/13/2011
20. Why Did You Leave? ! ? 1/13/2011
21. Too Late Mommy 1/13/2011
22. He's Not You 1/13/2011
23. Breaking Free (For English Class) 1/13/2011
24. Fade 1/13/2011
25. My Guardian Angel 4/14/2009
26. Life Without Death 1/14/2011
27. Invisible 1/18/2011
28. In One Night 1/18/2011
29. For Ayanna (Love You Sis) 5/10/2011
30. Pain 5/10/2011
31. Memories 5/11/2011
32. Whats Going On? ! 5/12/2011
33. Forgiveness? ? 5/12/2011
34. My Feelings 5/16/2011
35. This Is Me 5/16/2011
36. Night 5/16/2011
37. Heaven 5/16/2011
38. Silent Tears 5/18/2011
39. You Could'Ve Fooled Me 6/6/2011
40. Visit 6/8/2011
Best Poem of Karley Kay

Afraid Again

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.

Walking down the hall, avoiding eye contact
Don't touch me, don't come closer
Suddenly afraid and not knowing why
As a group of guys come my way.

'This is ridiculous' I tell myself
'Their just guys, ' so why am I so afraid?
I get no answer, just silence
As I edge closer to the wall.

Images fill my mind as I walk
Of my past, I thought I forgot
Told myself I exaggerated
The pain I felt ...

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Laying Awake

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.

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