Joy Davis

Rookie (July 31/1989 / Canada)

Maybe - Poem by Joy Davis

Feeling deranged and low
so myfeelings I didn’t show
not knowing what would be
what else to say other than I’m sorry

Feeling alone and confused
is there soemthing I’m to lose
having troubles telling you
how I feel and what I’m to do

Feeling hurt and afraid
my hearts burdens weighed
not being the one in control
fear seeping into my soul

Feeling my heart ache
wondering if this was a mistake
trying not to think about this
bringing back memories I miss

Feeling distant and cold
my insecurity should be sold
with much pain and regret
remembering that one day we met

Feeling I’m wrong
so I’m writing this song
what else can I say
with you do I want to stay?

Feeling the sting of pain
I’m trying to hold on and gain
nothing I can say or do
can make me forget you

Feeling trapped inside
do we have to say goodbye
dont know whats right
can I not be with you and feel alright?

Feeling alone and sad
my choices making us both mad
thinking of the good times
have I committed a serious crime?

Feeling I miss you
so what should I do
now that you’re gone
my tears shining like the dawn

My heart tearing in two
wanting to be free and still with you
I made one choice
tell me I’ve got no voice
right or wrong
hasn’t even been long

maybe lator as time goes by
maybe we’ll give it another try

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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