Josh Howell

Rookie (Pittsburgh, PA)

Into The Night - Poem by Josh Howell

i guess i took
the wrong direction
and now im filled
with this sick infection

it sinks deep
down into my skin
cuz i realized i started
a battle i cant win

i guess i shouldntve
went into the light
because they dragged the old me
into the night

i guess i couldnt
fill ur desire
and i guess now
u want me to catch fire

i hope we can be friends
but i highly doubt
i guess ill just be thrown away
thrown over and out

i can see the future
mines not that bright
and it started when
they dragged the old me into the night

i guess our friendship
just couldnt last
and hopefully ill
live young and die fast

and i guess im gone
just a mere memory
and im kinda hurt
our friendship ended awfully

and i wish it wouldntve started
our big fight
and it all went downhill
when they dragged the old me into the night

so can we start over
reveal all our secrets
and can we please
leave behind our regrets

we never predict
where the wind will blow
and everything that was said
we should not know

and losing you
fills me with fright
and it all started
when they dragged the old me into the night

i am filled with
all this pain and agony
and we have to finish this
you and me

and i hope that
i am never forgotten
and if i am
i will become rotten

and i know
we can make this right
and forget the day
when they dragged the old me into the night

and without you here
i will die
and without you here
all i will do is cry

i guess i shouldve
thought twice
and i guess i shouldve
been more nice

i hope u understand
the code in this poem i write
and when you uncover it
we can forget when they dragged the old me into the night..


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 8, 2011


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