Treasure Island

Pamela Hamilton


Alone Again


The un-wanting feeling returns again
it always comes swift after losing a friend

I hade forgotten that feeling, I hade forgotten that pain
And I have learned now I have so much to gain

I will stand strong, I will make it through
But from here on out I will trust very few

Again my fear comes back to taunt me
But now I realize I can finally fight thee

I will push this fear out of my life
No more gun, no more knife

Pain is all I’ve ever lived with
and love to me is still a huge myth

Now’s my chance, my chance to live
But I am almost gone, so I must no longer give

It’s finally done, it’s finally over
Maybe some day I will find my four leaf clover

But for now I’m stuck with this horrible feeling
Alone again, but finally healing

Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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