brandon kosiarski

Rookie (3/24/1992 / Easton P.A)

Here In This Empty Room - Poem by brandon kosiarski

I lay awake in this empty room thinking to myself. I try to throw all the bad memories away. There is nothing I can do because you can’t see what you have done to me. I live my life trying to be happy but I never can. And now I hope you see all the pain you put me threw. The cuts get deeper along with the thoughts. Then as the pain dies down the thoughts fade away. But for the memories they will be their forever in my mind. I try so hard to get you out of my head. But then you show up and try to do it over again. I cant be free I cant even be heard. I’m like a ghost that nobody knows is there. I try to take control of myself. I get so far and then it all crashes down. So here I am in this empty room. With nothing but tears and painful thoughts. Try so hard to forget it. But it hurts to much. So here in this empty room is were I shall stay. I just hope you see what you have done to me. and take it all back and make it all better....


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  • (12/14/2010 10:32:00 AM)


    How about 'Here in this Empty Room'? I like this one...depressing though. But no spell check problems :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 10, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 14, 2010


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