Shelby Lanier

Rookie (October 23,1993 / Raliegh, North Carolina)

An Unquenchable Misery


This feeling inside me
Makes me want to scream
To feel my blood run through my veins
And have an uncured dream

The scarce memory
Of you will forever be lost
To never get to say goodbye
Makes my body be at exhaust

I quiver in fear of this pain
That we never got to be close
To feel you arms slip away
Feels like a medicine without one dose

I’m getting sicker bye the day
Because I sit hear alone
To think of your final death
Is one fact I can not unfold

The your end is my misery
It’s a nightmare in my dreams…
I have to say goodbye
But that makes me not want to be me

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009

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