Annie Mae Thornton

Rookie (5-11-78 / Okinawa, Japan (military dad))

Annie Mae Thornton Poems

1. My Bestie, My Friend 12/15/2012
Best Poem of Annie Mae Thornton

My Bestie, My Friend

Your sorrow overwhelms me,
so I cry out for you.
Your pain becomes a part of me
I wish I knew what to do.

A sense of failure goes through me
That I can't hold you as you cry.
My failure tries to suffocate me
I feel a peice of me die.

Your pain is in my skin
the tears run through my veins.
Your sorrow fills my soul
as I try to breath again.

I can't be there for you
and that breaks my heart.
I hear you in dispair
and I hate that we are apart.

Love led you down a rocky path
it left you there in sorrow.
Please trust in me and ...

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