Treasure Island

pilar guethon

(cuba//U.S)

being let down...


Being let down..
the pain that burns inside
cant you see the other side
but im just failing
why when i get up from falling
i go back to not knowing
it get hard when you see it coming
but you just don't see the ending
they say something good always fallows
but when u have so many fails it gets hard to swallow
i really tired of covering the pain
when all want to do is scream your name
it could be just a phone call
is it that hard to explain
well now i don't know how i will retain
the thoughts i have in my brain
being let down
is really making me strain
maybe i should be free like the horses Maine
but can i really maintain
as easy as people make it seem
that's just cockiness taking a steam
Being let down..

Submitted: Friday, April 23, 2010
Edited: Saturday, May 29, 2010

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