William Mowell

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Lonely Ain'T Killing Me - Poem by William Mowell

Someone save me from this loneliness inside
When you come around it runs and hides

But when you leave it comes around again
And I give in to a worthless whim

Second verse tearing another rhyme
Leaving this to fester in my mind

Can you save me, or will I save you
Will I sit here playing the blues

Try to write it off as a part of life
Everyone goes through this kind of strife

But deep inside I know the truth
The downfall of my youth

Never taking a chance on the things I wanted
Never going after those who flaunted

I've grown up and realized my faults
And now I can go after those I sought

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 29, 2011


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