Going Crazy - Poem by Melvina Germain
I hear knocking at my door but there's no one there.
Pennies on the floor, pictures moved, I'm going crazy I swear.
My hair was black but now it's white, oh boy do I look a fright.
I'm going crazy, yes I'am, but do I really give a dam.
I'm going crazy, I know it, my body is beginning to show it.
I can't think or remember when, I think I once had a friend.
My socks don't match, but I know I have another pair,
somewhere over there, oh dear but where.
I think I'm going crazy, I know you know it's true,
But I'm going to keep my eyes on you, where are you anyway.
I'm going crazy, my eyes are a little hazy,
and before you now it, I'll be pushing up daiseys.
Note: Sorry guys, this is one of my moods, first time on poemhunter
though. It happens every now and then. LOLOL
Written by: Melvina Germain
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