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Jo Hanna Erk

Does anyone hear her?

Does anyone hear her?
By: Jo E

Yelling at the tops of her lungs, but no one hears her.
Crying like a water fall, but they keep on walking not noticing her
Cuts her arms and the scars that on her arm reminds of her dark days,
but no one see them but her.
Bleeding inside of her, but no one can help.
Opening her heart to the one she loves, but in return she get a blow in her face.
She hurts, she breaks, she hides and tries to find her way.
Why does nobody hear her, or see how much she's bleeding!
Thinking of killing herself, and it seem like no one cares.
Giving people smiles while walking to school but deep down she wishes she could just die!

Walking down the streets, but no one would turn or stop and ask her
is okay?
Each day and night she lays in bed wondering if anyone cares!
Wishing with all her heart she could disappear from the world.
Each day she fights to find her way, she hurts, she breaks, she hides.

Walking to the edge of the clif
Memories come
Wishing someone hears her
wishing some cares for her
wishing that someone comes and hold her in his/her arm and reminds her how much she is loved.
wishing, but no one can see

Ready to take that one step then a voice came
'I hear you! '
'I see you bleeding! '
'I see how you fight to find your way'
'I see you hiding! '
'I see you hurting! '
'I see you! '

She turns and looks
a man she's never seen had his hand out
She looks down and then looks at the man
and see's love in them

'I hear you BELOVED! '
'I see you bleeding BELOVED! '
'I see you hiding BELOVED! '
'I see you hurting BELOVED! '
'I see you BELOVED! '
'I hear you MY BELOVED! '

Weak inside of her longing for a warm arm to protect her

'I will protect you! '

Longing to hear three words thinking in her mind just looking at the man
she could see the love in his eyes

'I LOVE YOU MY BELOVED! ' the man said with tender, oh so soft voice

she turns to walk to him, then with out warning she slips, she screams, she yells, hand reaches out and raps his arms around her.
She crys and HE HEARS ME!

'I wont let you go! '
'I hear you! '


(between him/her and God)


Submitted: Saturday, March 27, 2010
Edited: Thursday, October 04, 2012

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