Brianna Archer

Hollow - Poem by Brianna Archer

In these prison walls that haunt me
Metal bars scream my name
Trapped inside a memory
where I have only myself to blame
In a world that's never perfect
You struggle to survive
What if everything you believed in, all became a lie
Maybe I'm at fault here
I was to naive
Maybe its my fault for being so easy to deceive
My spirit already broken
My heart a crumbled mess
My bones tired and weary
All I want now is to rest
While life is full of surprises, this one I should have known
Now darkness fills around me, where sweet light had once shown
I wonder what can be done here
Can I twist the rules of fate?
After all you can only bend something so far before it breaks
Its funny how so much can change over one small mistake
It sucks to be one person, against a whole platoon
If God has a plan for me, I hope it happens soon
If this is to be my destiny
I hope there will show some light
My will is strong
But there's only so long that I can stand and fight

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 1, 2012

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