Melissa Koeman

Rookie (29-01-1987 / Hoorn/the Netherlands)

My Confusion - Poem by Melissa Koeman

It gets more confusing everyday
Nothing feels right
Don’t know what to believe anymore
Don’t know if I should care anymore
Sometimes I wonder who I really am
I see myself in the mirror
But the reflection is empty…
I’m tired of living in my own world
Tired off it all
I am silent all these years
Silent about my confusion and sadness
I just cannot explain these feelings
But they get to me every time
I build a wall around me to keep people outside
Created a world within myself
But there’s no place where I can hide
The reality always catches up with me
Sometimes I hope that this is just all a dream
And that I wake up someday

Comments about My Confusion by Melissa Koeman

  • (12/20/2005 9:43:00 AM)

    I think we are all confused and what is reality anywyas? Well this was well written and I enjoyed it very much!

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  • (12/17/2005 10:21:00 AM)

    a really wonderful poem
    about the universe problem
    which no one escapes
    how to find our true self
    because without that attempt
    the svor of life
    never flourishes
    and stale bread
    our only fare
    but this fine poem
    indicates to me
    the path you're on
    is sure and true
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 17, 2005

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