Feeling Doomed - Poem by Concetta Neville
Living in a lonesome world.
A world in which I loath.
I wish for once, a human being,
Can give to me some hope.
A little hope is all I need,
To get me through this life.
I’ve searched and searched for many years,
But all I’ve found were lies.
Lying people everywhere.
There seems to be no break.
All my courage now is gone.
And fear now takes it’s place.
I dream and dream, and dream some more.
But dreams are all I’ve got.
Cause when I wake I see the truth.
The real world is a crock.
I know this poem is far from sweet.
No happy ending looms.
But this is how I’m feeling now.
So lost inside my doom.
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