nikki irvine

my eyes cry

My eyes cry,
Like my tears explode,
They dropp down outside my window.

I can’t keep it in,
I don’t know why? ?
The feeling of regret and so much pain,
I feel I have let down my friends in vein.

Some of them care,
And some of them don’t,
Some of them help me out,
While others are just not there.

The pain I am in,
Is sore,
But I want to be more,
I want to explore,

I’m not 100%,
Like I want to be,
I’m only half way there,
I’m not far now.

I want to work,
I want to play,
But I came back to soon anyway,
And now I can’t do either way! !

Rest for me,
How boring is that going to be? ?

I just want to get better,
Can anyone see? ?

Can someone take my pain away? ?
Or lend me a helping hand,
Because I am trying to land,
In this sinking sand,
Which is very hard to stand! ! !
The pain I’m suffering is very hard to understand! !

Submitted: Saturday, October 31, 2009
Edited: Saturday, October 31, 2009

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  • N. K. (7/25/2014 11:03:00 AM)

    I can connect to this. Your poem is beautiful and has emotion. Wonderfully written.Know that you're a treasure, and there is someone who has given and still will give you a lending hand. (Report) Reply

  • Wassila Nader (10/31/2009 1:39:00 PM)

    one day a friend told me that not all people are lucky to find love, so sometimes we must the love's gift which is pain. (Report) Reply

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