Treasure Island

ADAM OWENS

(20/04/77 / Salford)

Maybe see something in me


Thoughts they come and go
Feelings often do stay
Some words are never spoken
B'cause I just don't know what to say
People may pass me by
If I'm lucky maybe some'll stay
Maybe they see that I am broken
So they up and run away
The ones that stay beside me
And have shared their lives and such
I think about them daily
And love them very much
I'm aware it's not easy to know me
That much is not lost on me
But those who stay around
Must see what I can or could be
I hope one day that maybe
I find what they all see
And maybe become that person
That they can see in me.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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I wrote this one on a day where I was pretty low, it sort of made sense to me, I hope it means something to someone out there too.

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