Rachel Hankins

Rookie (9/20/1989 / Gettysburg, PA)

Days Waste Away - Poem by Rachel Hankins

I looked at you, you looked away
as the day progressed we fell at bay
nothing makes sence anymore
my heart falls apart
my sould is sore
days seem like nothing days waste to night
when the sun falls i can see the light
your face it glows only a sick lie
my hands they feel for you instead wave goodbye
winter is cold and freezes us apart
I say I love you you rip out my heart
I look at you you looka t me
how is it from you im still not free
you hold to me its not as strong
please stay with me, itd be wrong
fall into me we can get lost in each other
what would be the point its all a cover
i make you crazy you keep me sane
you tell me about before you knew my name
winters gone spring has begun
true to tradition you and I are done

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 22, 2009

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