Sam Price

Rookie (9th December 1987 / London, England)

The Pain Is Gone

The pain is gone.
I'm floating.
I feel like singing a song.
I'm floating.
Nothing could ever go wrong.
I'm floating.
I'm floating.
I'm up to the clouds up high.
I'm floating.
I could reach out and touch the sky.
I'm floating.
I'm bored now I want to come down.
I'm floating.
I can't really hear any sound it's all blurred.
I'm floating.
I'm serious now I want off.
I'm floating.
What's happening I feel quite lost.
I'm floating.
I remember something so strange.
I'm floating.
I took something and went into a daze.
I'm floating.
I'm scared I don't know what's going on.
I'm floating.
What's that up ahead?
I'm floating.
I feel like I ought to be dead.
I'm floating.
It's a light so beautiful and clear.
I'm floating.
I wonder what's going to appear.
I'm floating.
I'm floating.
I've stopped.

Submitted: Saturday, July 12, 2003

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