Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

Falling Down - Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

Give in
sounds good
Continue on
I'm not sure it's worth the fight
My head say's one thing
well my heart- that's another story
And these tears
I can't hide anymore

I have questions
fears and doubts
The strange hours-late night calls
what's it take to figure it out
I've been a fool at least twice
paid the price and lost at love one too many times
I swear to the man up above
not going to play this game anymore

I'm not ready to give up on love
I'm not ready for heartache
or these tears I just can't hide
I'm feeling the bitter sting of sadness
and a river full of sorrow
It's beginning to look alot like hell
time is running out
And I'm falling down
down and down

Do I want to fix it
make it right
Even if I could
probably shouldn't I know

I know
the excuses you give
I've heard them all before
how a person can just stand there-and lie
Turn around
do it over and over again

I lay in bed
cry like a baby
Making up reasons in my head
for every minute you're away
And you finally decide to lay next to me
you face the other direction
not saying a single word to me

I'm not ready to give up on love
I'm not ready for heartache
or these tears I just can't hide
I'm feeling the bitter sting of sadness
and a river full of sorrow
It's beginning to look alot like hell
time is running out
And I'm falling down
down and down...


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 6, 2006



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