Treasure Island

Melissa Ramey

(3-26-1996 / Atlanta Georgia)

Lost


Lost in pain.
Lost in thought.
Lost with violence and assult.
Lost with fears.
Lost in tears.
I haven't been fount in almost 6 years.
Lost in places I didn't belong
Lost with no place to call my home.
Lost in thoughts trapped in my head.
Lost in my dreams when I'm in bed.
Lost in someone else's care.
Lost when my family don't want to be there.
Lost in woods trapped at night.
Lost when my fairy tales don't turn out right.
Lost in dreams.
But found again
I know who I am when I say amen

Submitted: Saturday, June 20, 2009

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  • Antonio Liao (6/20/2009 4:36:00 AM)

    a wonderful poem....in a prayer....recommended for children at their
    bedside....beautiful. a worth emulating lines...a 10 (Report) Reply

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