Christian Rivera

Rookie - 0 Points (November 19th 1992 / Mcallen, Texas)

I Feel Your Pain


Sometimes the world spins in reverse
Sometimes you just can't find the words
I know just how the feeling hurts
I feel your pain

You feel that no one knows you well
You have so much you'd like to tell
No one can hear your calls for help
I feel your pain

It's like they just don't understand
It's like you're walking on broken glass
You feel the need to watch your back
I feel your pain

I know how it can drive you insane
I know the words you long to say
It hurts to see you in that shade
I feel your pain

You should know you're not alone
There are others out there feeling cold
If I could only heal the broken souls
I feel your pain

Don't succumb to the little things
Don't allow them to increase
I want to help and bring you peace
I feel your pain

Soon all your worries will fade away
So many tears you've come to waste
I long to see a smile on your face
I feel your pain

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 30, 2011

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