Inner Wars - Poem by Reanna Thornton
Inner war rages on
Hating fires that won't be gone.
Empty shell of myself
Lightly you place on a shelf.
Inner battles I'll never wim
Deeper battles with my sins.
Bloodied and broken here I lie
A burned up battlefield in others' eyes.
No one sees the wars I fight
Dwindling strenth all threw the night.
Lonesome soul left to wast
Can no one see me in this place?
Scars are raw, wounds won't heal
Devil's playground for his appeal.
As his puppet here I stand
Lonely soul in barren wasteland.
No one sees the tears I cry
No one hears my wails and sighs.
Darkness shadows my soul and I
No one cares if I die.
No one see the pain I feel
No one knows that I am real.
Inner battles, wars, and lies
Silent pain I have to hide.
No one knows the battles that rage
On my soul this day and age.
Tormented I'll be forever more
Till I wash up on Devil's shore.
No one is there
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