Minnie May

Awakening - Poem by Minnie May

It was the moment of peace
I felt completely satisfied
Enjoying the silence
Everything seemed to be right

In winter it's cold outside
I decided to leave
Still catched in my dream
Nearly lost my life

I went down the stairs
Watching the sky
Looking for stars
Living the lie

I felt so hard
The steps were away
I found my head
Hitting the iron rail

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 10, 2006

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