Lizzie Morgan


My Lonely Road to Somewhere


The road ahead is empty
and my mind is full of fear
the fear of making a mistake
I walk the empty road
looking for answers that I will never find
I'm that girl that walks alone
head held high and a face with a smile always on
Even when surrounded by people I feel like I'm always in this dark empty place
Alone and scared
Trust is thin and heart is dead
Keeps moving day by day
Thinking of what I've done wrong
Am I fooling myself thinking that one day I could possibly be happy
Or will it actually happy one day....

Submitted: Sunday, July 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: alone


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