annie tuck


Broken Leash (Song) - Poem by annie tuck

Tied up with knots that won’t unwind
Fed up with cruel dreams acting kind

Not ready to jump but I wont look down
Already to dump everything around

(chorus)

There’s no looking back
That one shot at freedom
Through the looking glass
No more broken beast
Just rip off that collar with that broken leash

Made to feel something inside
Far to real to much pain to hide

Not ready to run
But my feet wont stay
Already to done for these birds of prey

Swept away by all these lies
Kept away while the earth cries

Not ready to go
But its time to leave
Already to low to get up and plead
Just rip off that collar with that broken leash

(chorus) (x2)


Made to feel something inside
Far to real to much pain to hide

No! I’m not ready to run!

Yeah I’m swept away by all these lies
While the earth just sits their and cries!

My feet wont stay!
Not ready to go!
I’m already to low to get up and plead
Rip off that collar with that broken leash!

Rip it off
Rip off that collar
Rip it off with that broken leash!


Comments about Broken Leash (Song) by annie tuck

  • (3/11/2009 3:39:00 AM)

    Again, a nice display of metaphors. Might want to check some of the spellings to enhance the presentation. Mark (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009

Poem Edited: Monday, March 9, 2009


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