Hannah Hebditch


You're Losing Me


Tough times never hurt like these
When all went down I still had my dreams
But they’re stating to drift away
I’m beginning to lose my place

I try to hide from your searching eyes
Though I don’t know how long I can hold off my goodbye
So I keep a smile on my face
Wait for the day to end its race

And when my light dims
All my hopes swing
On that thick rope in my closet
Waiting for the perfect moment

But really, I don’t want to go
Just escape from being low
My strength is fading along these lines
I’m not sure when it’s the right time

Just yesterday was the perfect day
Now it’s gone the opposite way
My head hurts from all the screaming and crying
You should know I’m slowly dying

I’ve tried so hard to make it through
But you never seem to have a clue
You’re not making me any stronger
Just making my days of misery longer

Submitted: Friday, July 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 12, 2013

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  • Rookie Rose Bloodthorn (7/12/2013 2:55:00 AM)

    Wow I can really feel the pain and hurt in this poem it's really good And I can't wait to read your next one (Report) Reply

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