Damabiah 777

Letter To Myself - Poem by Damabiah 777

Maybe I’m not the one that you have expected
Maybe I should just pack and pull away
I wish you would find the words that would kill
The pain that eats me everyday

Why not drown my tears in your hand
And wash our mistakes away
Taking the train that leads to heaven
Leaving our past behind the trail

I am walking on a road
From my first breathe alone
To my very last second
And I can see it coming.

Maybe I have not said things you wanted to hear
Maybe I was not here when you wanted me near
If it has hurt you I would just like to pray
For you to find someone who will sweep me away

Do not regret stories that might have been
Do not cry for the love we left on some pages
To read the book again will trigger remorses
And to get rid of them is the worse suffering

I am walking on a road
From my first breath alone
To my very last second
And I can’t see you leaving.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 16, 2006

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