Keiromi Nozomu

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Confusion - Poem by Keiromi Nozomu

I should have done this,
I could have done that.
Would it have changed this?
I still wonder about that...

Confusion disturbs me,
No matter what I do.
Questions still haunt me,
Even after I choose.

I don't know what to do,
I don't know who to choose.
I wish I knew better,
I wish I couldn't loose.

This confusion is killing me,
Driving me to insanity.
My heart aches and cries,
I hate all these lies.

I trap my emotions inside,
And I pretend not to care.
But when nobody calls,
I still wonder why.

I can't interpret these signs,
I don't know where the truth lies.
Feeling so damn lost inside,
behind pretend happy eyes.

Nothing is simple,
Nothing is small.
Nothing is easy,
But perhaps I am wrong.

Over analyzing,
That's my downfall.
Over critisizing,
Myself 'till I fall.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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