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Ali Nawroz


Out Of Darkness


Here iam, Nobody understands Me
They won't let me do what i want, I want them to let me Be
I feel like i'm in Jail
And there's nobody that can get me out, With a Bail
Depression taking over, Killing me from the Inside
I can't do anything about it, I've only Cried
Wishing that i should've Died
But then i was thinking, I could've Tried
There was a light, I walked towards It
I felt like i was out of the Pit
Started seeing the world for what it really is, Crystal Clear
Wondering if all this is real!
People laughing and playing Around
Real glad about this treasure that i Found!
Each laugh made me happy and put a smile on my Face
Extremely happy, That i found this Place!

Submitted: Saturday, October 25, 2014
Edited: Saturday, October 25, 2014

Topic(s): sadness


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