Vado Masinovic


What If?

I walk in a path of darkness,
trying to find a way out,
but can't see much.
I can't scream,
because nothing comes out.
I can't sleep,
because of the voices that come out.
My eyes are always opened
Watching out for anything
or even anyone..
Trying to care for myself,
but also,
trying to escape from this place
and just be happy.
I hear cries from a distance
but I'm afraid to move a muscle.
What if.. it was a trap?
What if.. my nightmares are deeper into the dark.
What if..
What if.. its my way out?
I wouldn't know
because I'm too afraid to try

Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Edited: Sunday, April 20, 2014

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  • Kirti Sharma (5/20/2014 5:11:00 AM)

    hmm.. nice.. i agree with Jameel..
    i like it! !
    read my poem with the same title as yours.. (Report) Reply

  • Jameel Ahmed Ansari (4/19/2014 12:13:00 PM)

    wow.u have expressd ur feelins so elegantly. And u say they aint good. I say they r wöndrful.nice write.more poems pls (Report) Reply

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