ESPN CHICK

(07-18-1989 / Arkansas)

Collide


When this heart and pain collides
It hurts within and I never let it show
Because I know that the people surrounding me won't understand

They have never had pain collide with their heart
So they don't even know what I'm feeling
They can't even begin to confront me with their words

Their words are useless
They don't mean a thing at all
Never have they felt this way before

Never have they gone through the path that I have traveled on
Especially when heart and pain collides within
They can't even describe to me how I feel

They will never understand what I've gone through
But I have to say this has been the worse type of pain ever
Collision with pain and soul

It hurts so bad and I can't even let it show
It hurts because I can't let it show
I hide the tears behind my eyes

I know I will never be whole
It will take a miracle for that to happen
All because pain collided within myself I will never be the girl I want to be

June 5 2008
*not good but...who cares? *

Submitted: Thursday, June 05, 2008

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