Anthony Loudin

Rookie - 339 Points (May 11th 1994 / Fredericksburg, Virginia)

Don't Hold Strong Opinions About Things You Don't Understand - Poem by Anthony Loudin

My time has come, and so i'm gone...
To a better place far beyond.
I love you, all as you can see.
But its better now because i'm free.
Sometimes you need to run away to see who will follow you.
Its hard to answer the question " whats wrong? " when nothings right.
I'm tired of trying,
Sick of crying,
I know i've been smiling but,
Inside i'm dying.
Maybe one day it'll be ok again.
That's all I want, I don't care what it takes.
I just want to be happy again.
When i was young, crying always seemed to be the answer.
Now that i'm older, crying seems to be the only option.
I guess there just comes a point where you just have to stop trying because it hurts to much to hold on anymore.
You always say i'm always happy and that im good at what I do but, what you'll never realize is i'm a good actor too.
Just because i'm smiling doesn't mean i'm happy.
I'm tired of living but i'm scared of dying.
I don't necessarily want to be happy, I just don't feel miserable.
Sometimes its harder to smile in front of everyone then to cry alone.
I want to be remembered as the guy who always smiled.
The one who could brighten up your day, even if I couldn't brighten up my own.
Just when I thought life was coming together,
I realized it was just starting to fall apart....
DEATH is gods way of saying you're fired...
SUICIDE is the humans way of saying you can't fire me,

Topic(s) of this poem: crying, death, happy, life, memory, old, right, sad, smile, suicide

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 19, 2018

Poem Edited: Friday, January 19, 2018

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