Amy Louise Kerswell
I Wish I Were The Tin Man - Poem by Amy Louise Kerswell
I wish I were the tin man.
And then I wouldn't have to have a heart.
My soul would not feel.
I'd give anything to be a tin man.
The hurt is to much.
Depression is at my door.
I feel so low.
The pain's so great it don't let me sleep.
All I can do is weep.
I wish I were a tin man.
You could hurt me all you like.
I wouldn't no.
Because I wouldn't have a heart.
And I would't have a soul.
I wish i were the tin man
The emptyness inside would suit me fine.
I lay down to sleep at night.
But the pains so deep.
How I would give any thing just to be the tin man.
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