Andrew Wucherer

Lost - Poem by Andrew Wucherer

Of pain, sorrow, and, trivial things
living a life thats so commonly told
Departing from a truth thats so favorably sings
and waking up in a cave thats so wet and cold
Screaming for the light that seems so far away
falling into deeper madness with a painful grin
Wishing, begging, pleading for some kind of way
for some form of solace for this unbearable sin
Constantly living a path chosen by desires
stumbling forward blinded by self-centered intention
Flailing on a trek that only bitterness transpires
not considerate of a loved ones affection
But to finally wake up and look around
noticing that everything is lost
The only thing left is you lying on the ground
realizing what selfishness will cost

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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