angelyn agudo

Rookie (04-06-1996)

all alone


As I hear the music slowly
I feel peace but sadly
Mixed emotion…, oh so heavy
Something you feel that hard to carry
So tired of being like this
Happiness I always miss
Heart that covered with sadness
Like sorrow is endless
Waiting for someone to change
This life that full of damage
Tear you apart like no one care
Feeling that you should share

Its so hard to feel this way..
Want to take heart away
Always at the side
Feelings that want to hide
So depressed of being alone
There nothing to call home
Starting so create hate
But hope that someone waits
Not sure what will happen tomorrow
Loneliness still grow

Tears want to fall
Nobody hear my call
Heart with full of tense
Can’t feel some presence
Hearts pumping without rhythm
Searching what’s hidden
Thinking wants to disappear
I don’t know if I want someone here
Seeing life that full of mess
Imagining…I want to rest


Even though my knees would break
Hoping that this is fake
I know something will come
But I don’t know, it might be gone
Want to thank that I’m alive
But I don’t what to do in my life
To sad I’m alone
Always have to move on
Something has to be done
I know I can do this all alone

Submitted: Monday, April 26, 2010
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