Rachel Wilson

Inside A Song - Poem by Rachel Wilson

This horrible disaster I call life,
Sometimes feels just like a knife.
The screams inside my head, and out,
Fill my world with complete doubt.
Family is now just a word
One that is now, long unheard.
Some that were close to me have passed,
Still, my pain is on full blast.
Everything is completely falling apart.
From relationships, to walls, to my own heart.
The darkness creeps on me at night,
And it causes me an abundance of fright.

But I turn to melodies, tones, and sound.
They take me away, far from the ground.
These people who don't know I am alive,
Want to make sure that I survive.
They sing of suffering, heartache, and pain.
They sing of the troubles my life contains.
They drown out the voices in my head,
And remove my mind from all the dread.
Music is the stepping stone,
To make me realize, I'm not alone.
And I can't help but sing along,
They put my feelings inside a song.

Topic(s) of this poem: dark, life, music

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 18, 2016

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