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Thursday, September 28, 2006

Barrier

My brain lies dormant
While my heart bursts free
There's a small explosion in my stomach
My first instinct is to flee
The heat saturates up my face
The world gets blurry
Why am I acting this way
Why am I in such a hurry

I can't concentrate in school
My nerves are setting off
They'd rather think about you
No matter how I've fought

These chemical reactions
Cause my heart to bleed
I'm propelled to take action
Although I never succeed

If I were to see you
This is what would take place
You may not care about how I feel
And keep your true feelings safe
But there has to be a resolution
My brain waves leave clues
You think you have the conclusion
And you wont let me through.
Liz Wiseman
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