kawambee thomas


Feel Me - Poem by kawambee thomas

When you look to the stars, what do you see?
I see a whole lot; do you think you can feel me?
A shining eternity, so far that it’s near,
Nothing is real, what you see, what you hear.
Life is so hectic, I live forever in fear.
Not knowing the truth, but still chillin right here.
What should I do? Where should I go?
What have I learned? What do I know?
The lessons I’ve learned, the places I’ve been,
The more I play, the less I win
They say that your soul lives on forever,
Continuing on to conquer your never
I feel I’m a magnet, a glutton for pain,
Holding on to my sanity, but going in sane
There’s always a place where your mind can be free
And you go there alone down on one knee
To the end of the world, you’re willing to travel
To find someone to be there when you start to unravel
In a corner I am, backed up to the wall
With no one to catch me, if I were to fall
God is suppose to be there when you need him
So they say, but me, I can’t ever see him

Suddenly some light comes down through the rain
You pick up what was down and start running again
Faster and faster acceleration
You’re reaching your goal, your own destination
Closer and closer till you run jump and slide
Emotions get twisted your burning inside
Right when you’re ready to walk through the door

It’s a straight disappointment
You’re not there anymore,
You’re back where you started,
And again it begins
Starting over and over,
Tell me when will it end…


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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