Anna Heminsley


Anything And Everything - Poem by Anna Heminsley

Voices silenced,
Feelings took away,
Heart beating faster,
As you try to lay.

Sleep not happening,
Laughter just disappears,
Trying to think,
But your mind all clears.

Tears won't fall,
Smiles have gone,
Is there anyone there?
No, you're the only one.

You're laying there looking,
At walls full of nothing,
Trying to be conscious,
Of anything and everything.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 3, 2009



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