Treasure Island

Priya Pareek

(06-06-1994)

So Much Pain


I am so much in pain today
My dreams all cry
My hopes here die
Waiting for my man
to my love I lie.

I am so much in pain today
Scared of my fears
I wipe out my tears
Calling out to him
This pain my heart bears.

I am so much in pain today
I have a broken heart
Don't know how to start
When he goes away
My world falls apart.

I am so much in pain today
He has some doubt
And the fights are loud
To make him believe
I speak, scream and shout.

I am so much in pain today
He does not know
The love I show
Is real but he's rude
I have nowhere to go.

I am so much in pain today
O man don't go away
In my heart you stay
My pains need you now
This pain you can allay.

Submitted: Monday, May 26, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 26, 2014

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