Treasure Island

sandra geisell

(january third 1990 / lebadon, ohio)

lost souls


im looking down apon the world
i can see every soul they wonder
about the planet no where to
go lost in an infinit reality
looking searching for a place
to inhapit waiting to find a
purpose in this imitless reality
thier moans pierce my heart like
a thousand knives i try to scream but
nothing will come out thier pain
is now my own t try to turn to leave
this place of pain and sufforing
but i cant leave its as though i
myself have been lost i feel like
i am not welcome then i relize
in my own observing i have stayed to
long im one of them doomed to roam the
planet searching for a purpose but never
finding one a lost soul

Submitted: Wednesday, June 25, 2008
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