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irisa salkic

(berlin, germany)

Wanting To Leave

I feel so frustrated
Depressed and hated

I just wish I could erase
All regrets and past mistakes

I just want to get away
To live life my way

Get away from everyone
And finally able to say 'I'm Free'.

I want to start over
No more getting run over

To move on in life
But I can't seem to

When you're always on my mind!
The reason, I can't seem to find

I just want to forget you
And all the memories too.
Yet what I find annoying

Is the reason I cannot find
At the same time

To why I am avoiding
The one thing I want

Yet it doesn't make sense
I haven't a clue

Don't want it to be true.
But what can I do?

I just want to leave
And finally be able to say
I'm Free!

Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
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  • Titi Dale (3/22/2013 4:58:00 PM)

    You have a way with words :) nice work... Every1 wants a break from their daily loves sometime in their life. (Report) Reply

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