Siddharth Shah

Rookie (11 July 1993)

Half Asleep - Poem by Siddharth Shah

Where did I come from?
Runnig in circle's around
Mama's callin', 'm ignoring
Living my dreams half asleep

Eyes surrounded by the great wall
Beaten away by chinese girls
I couldn't notice the hole
Your battle field lies beyond those hills

Chased by muslims on streets
I climb upon an ecotel hotel
Glass shattered by blood stained hands
Into the mirror I see myself

Mama's callin', 'm ignoring
Living my dreams, half asleep

I don't wann wake up
Head is taking over the pain
Life is too short to live
I wanna live my dreams half asleep

When I'm half asleep
My consious takes a leap


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012



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