amanda williams


A Bubble Away - Poem by amanda williams

why do you say the words that you say
tell me do i have to take another drink
i could die in one second
just take another blink

i will dissapear like magic
like a sweet little song
ive been waiting for that moment
what is taking it so long

but how could i do it by your side
i just feel like im laying here
all wrapped up
waiting to die

u meet alot of people
and you make alot of friends
they can turn their backs on you
just as easy as they came in

sitting here in deppression
all twisted in my own coil
trying to suffocate my self
cause i feel like im in a bubble

a bubble full of hatred
and evil memories
a bubble full of tears that have been cried
and all that started to bleed

a bubble full of people
just waiting to die
a bubble away from others
that think they wanna cry


you can try to look for those people
you can try to look for days
but the truth is youll never find us
cause were just a bubble away


Comments about A Bubble Away by amanda williams

  • (1/14/2009 3:23:00 AM)


    Very expressive and emotive poem, but I feel that proper punctuation might have made it more effective. (Report) Reply

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  • (5/25/2005 5:38:00 PM)


    Very interesting poem.., it seems to give a lot.., even though.., it has quite the reflection...
    Not sure, yet the tone.., appears to be.., natural.
    Thanks for sharing..
    With Respect,
    Jodilee
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 1, 2005


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