Nichole Hoehn

Rookie (She was born dead... / A Hospital)

Experence - Poem by Nichole Hoehn

I’ve been dead for a while
I just wish I could still see your smile
I’m in my own dungeon
I’ve locked away the key
So you can never see me
I am drunk in my own way
Even though I haven’t drank for days
I’m stabbing my heart
Even though the pain didn’t even start
I cry when I see your sorrow
But I swear I will see you tomorrow
Even if the sun don’t shine
I just hope you will still be mine
Even though you can’t see me
I will always be there remember that
Because it will always be the fact…

Dreaming of a day
A one to really come into play
I want a fantasy
To come and take me
Away from it all
The waves are shifting
And the wind that cries
Wanting your soul
To harmonize

I’m gonna be there
No matter what you do
Cause I can’t keep my eyes off of you
I will be your angel in disguise
Helping you out
With out a sound
I’ve been craving your smile
For quite a long while
I’ve been wanting your kiss
Not even wanting you to miss
So I lay here watching you move
Making sure you make it though
CAUSE I’M….

Dreaming of a day
A one to really come into play
I want a fantasy
To come and take me
Away from it all
The waves are shifting
And the wind that cries
Wanting your soul
To harmonize


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 3, 2005



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