kintona sagara

Rookie (Rochester, New York)

I Lay On The Floor - Poem by kintona sagara

i lay on the floor
with my head to the door
the phone was clutched to my ear
my heart was drenched in so much fear
you would detach yourself from my heart
surely i began to fall apart
you would no longer be in that place
there was nothing i could do to fill the space
at that moment i could not speak
my emotions had reached it's lonely peak
it seemed like my mind had began to fail
as my mouth began to lose the trail
i went into the bathroom and closed the door
i clutched my face and nearly hit the floor
tears streamed down my face
because there would be no one to take your place
they did their best to calm me down
but that only took the shape of a clown
i called jenna, my dearest friend
the one i could count on to the end
she listened to my heart cry
i told her i thought that i might die
with the help i stopped the tears
and set aside all my fears
she told me to follow my dreams
because he and i would no longer be a team
i had to keep going and pass by life's tolls
because i didn't know what the future may hold

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, May 15, 2006

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