Treasure Island

Turuz Hautapu

(New Zealand)

Run Away


I want to fly
Fly away from this pain that haunts me
I want to swim
Swim from the faces that stare
I want to run
Run and never have to look back
I want to jump
Jump into the void of happiness
I want to ride
Ride through the sunset and reach peace
I want to go
Go to a place where no one ever needs to know

Know of the pain that rips me
The anguish that churns me
The frustration that claws me
The annoyance that bites me
The loss that stabs me
The fear that haunts me

And the hurt that constantly resides in me.

Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013

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