Bill Simmons


Empty Room - Poem by Bill Simmons

Since you left me woman
You've done your job so well
For here I am in this empty room
Fighting the tears that swell

No heart on earth should have to face
This sort of misery
I walk the floors of these lonely halls
Missing you visits me

I sometimes think I'm losing my mind
The loneliness, it's all mine
Woman you've done your job so well
Woman you've won this time

Here I am in this lonely room
On this dark and lonely street
In this motel that I call hell
Of heartache and misery

Trying to fight these tears I cry
And the many questions why
Trying to understand about me and you
What happened to you and I

No heart on earth should have to face
The loneliness that's so in me
On this dark and lonely street
Of heartache and misery.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 5, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 6, 2010


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