Treasure Island

Tommy D'Attore

(On Earth)

Belong


It starts in misery
Pain with despair
No where to go
Burning down to dust
Nothing is left here
This world does not belong
Coldness plus bitterness
Is all that exist
This is not where I
Belong
This world has
Put me down
On my face
Fighting and torment
Is all that I know
Wondering if I
Could ever move on
Unlock the doors
To joy and peace
If I could only
Figure out how
I could find a place
Free from hate
Where I could move on
To a new future
Different of my past
And put the past
Where it belongs
Then I’ll be where I truly
Belong

Submitted: Monday, May 22, 2006

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