Like A Whisper - Poem by Michelle Tiddy
Confusion is rife, it's a curse
It lifts me up on the wave
And crashes me on the shore
Fearing, bleeding, yearning
Where do I turn, to whom?
When I'm lost in a tangent of doom
Just to crash again, just to list
On the undulating tide of life
I am only a human, nothing more
I can't explain my actions,
They are just me, isn't that enough?
I can only succumb to the lust..
That life is, that life plays
A turning, twisting game
A wrenching, pulling hum
That deafens my ears and numbs me
But this is it, what more..
Can I say, I've said enough!
I really think I need to run..
Away and hide, because lies rip me apart
So I'll go, you'll just never know
The pain, the anguish, the me
That I am and truly deserve to be
So I'm gone, like a whisper..........
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