Cate Jade

Rookie (03/17/1996 / China)

A better PLACE Poem by Cate Jade


I cant Fight No longer
gravity is pulling me down
i have no reason to be stronger
cause it tares me apart every time i start
why do i bother even fighting
the tears are falling from my eyes
when inside my soul is dying.
i give up even trying

they say that time heals every pain
but the rain pours down and the sky is grey
when all the hope is lost to gain
its another hopeless day
The light leaves my eyes
my arms wont hold mu sorrow
as part of my soul dies
i m out of hope to borrow
as i take my last breath of air
i see the light in the distance
i know it will take me there
i let myself give in to the resistance
cause i know someday ill be free
living the life i want it to be
where no pain will consume me
under my shady tree.

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013

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  • Rookie Vineet Chhikara (5/28/2013 11:53:00 AM)

    in the 4th line it should be it tears me apart... tares is a wrong word i guess... and ur poem iss good... i suggest u read my poem called faith... it is kind of opposite to it... (Report) Reply

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