issabella lavon Kuran

If You All Only Knew

If you all only knew what I felt, , ,

These emotions I feel so strong its hard to let anyone near me

Ohhh ya if all only knew how I felt so broken in side yet others only see this smile of mine

Yet on the inside im already so far gone wanting so much for you all to see the real me…

If you all only knew the truth behind my old lies,

I cry on the inside yet never shed a tear unless I’m alone in my darken room waiting for another night to come my way

Ohhhhhhh I only wish you all knew how I truly felt on the inside and see the true and real me, , ,

I dare tell you all it was you that restored my faith and my trust, , ,

If you only knew the truth behind the tears oh how can I let my self get ever close again?

If you all only knew how many sleepless nights and days I go without rest wishing on only dream, , ,

That dream is too see you all again but the truth is I’m losing my grip on reality and not sure where I belong this world…

Ohhhhhhh if you all only knew how much I hurt on the inside maybe just maybe you could free the invisible barrier I have around me and find the real me ohhh but is that too much to ask I wish I knew…

Walking on these colder nights alone only wishing you could hear me cry out but I doubt you can hear me… ohhh ya if you only knew the truth would find it hard to believe I am not always strong or brave there are times like these I cry、 only wishing you all knew only the truth behind the smile of mine….

If you all only knew how much I’m hurting not sure where I truly belong I feel so out of place its never truly easy for anyone but I truly wish you all knew how I feel on the inside.

By Issabella lavon Kuran

Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 26, 2009

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