Lauren Miller

Rookie (October 5,1991 / Omaha, Nebraska)

Insomnia - Poem by Lauren Miller

I can't fall asleep
because you're face is in my dreams
And it's heavenly because you can't speak
I can't fall asleep
because you're in my dreams
and we're walking peacfully
hand in hand
towards eternity

I can't fall asleep
because you haunt my dreams
with you're sobriety and passionate meaning

I can't fall asleep
because you won't leave my dreams
You're warm, and you love me, and don't mind saying it

I can't fall asleep
because when I awake
My chest can't move air fluidly
and i latch desperatly onto sleep
I'm paralyzed to the bed

I can't fall asleep
because I can only remain in peace
in the few moments after sleep
when I'm still confusing reality with my dreams

I can't fall asleep
because when I awake
You're ripped from my hands
and there's someone else you're not ashamed to love
You're only real in reality

I can't fall asleep
Because my dreams are better than my reality

I can't fall asleep
Because waking up without you here
is heartbreak every day

I can't fall asleep
Because in my dreams
You're still with me
In reality, you left me


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010



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