Treasure Island

teiaire patrick


As I Stared


As I stared in the darkness of your eyes
What did I see? ?
I saw this girl afraid to escape
From all the imposed captivity

So She stared
At the dark brick wall
Wondering what held it together
Wondering why she wasnt able to stand as strong and tall

But she remembered
But it takes time
It takes time to progress
And that it doesn't just happen over night

And yes
I am still staring at her
Wondering why she's so sad and feeled with sorrow

And yes
She's still staring at the dark brick wall
Just wondering

Submitted: Monday, March 30, 2009

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