Justine Matako

Rookie (03/18/1996)

Alone


Questioning my mind and life

Submitted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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I always wonder what it would be like with no air
but sometimes it's too hard to bair
All alone in the night time sky
What its like for those who have died.
The stars shining so bright; thinking how could this be
when im laying there on the ground
looking at the freedom people have
But when you get back stabbed,
Your flesh is whats hurts the most.
I turned and looked in the mirror,
I looked very carefully and i seen a ghost.
My dreams become so blurry
I become weak with furry...
Do you see the look in my eyes? ,
Do you see the prize?
Does your heart break?
Does your mind shake?
Being alone inside my mind
Like a book that's all binned.
I awake in my bed
And look at the time
Im not alone
I was simply seeking inside my mind!

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