Suzanne James

Invisible - Poem by Suzanne James

The darkness takes over my world.
It covers and covers until everything is hidden.
And I sit in the very same place as always.
Never eating Nor sleeping.
Just thinking of how my life is messed up.
And feeling the same as always.
But then you call my name.
And the darkness flees.
And when I look up.
I meet your eyes.
You look like you've been crying.
I ask you why.
But you never answer.
I stand up and try to kiss you all over.
I end up kissing the air.
I try to hug you.
But I just fall face first into the snow.
My face starts burning with tears.
Is this funny to you?
Do you enjoy hurting me?
Is this a dream?
Is this a nightmare?
Is this some kind of sick game?
Am I losing it because your gone?

I go back to hiding.
Waiting for when you come back.
But you never do.
And then my whole world dies again.
The darkness take over.
I cant see anything.
I feel blind.
Eternal darkness surrounds me.
I sit wondering what i did to deserve this.
And I start to feel again the emptyness.
I feel once again as I did before.
I feel Invisible.....

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 5, 2009

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