Eman Askar


My Lost Soul - Poem by Eman Askar

Along the waves of sorrow
I was pushed towards a shore
The shore of a creepy island
Where life exists no more

I can see the motion of darkness
I can hear the chanting fear
I can feel the soothing death
Taking over the atmosphere

This can't be my new home
This island, i must leave
A place controlled by fright
Is for no man to conceive

I ran through fire
jumped from a giant hill
Nothing could hurt me
Nothing could break my will

There are bruises on my body
But i didn't feel the pain
I started to doubt my existence
For this is not humane

I kept running for survival
Ignoring the blood that's being shed
I had died inside many times
Still i felt pity for the dead

At last I found my log of hope
that would keep me alive
Heading to the ocean again
It's time to say good bye

I realized before the journey that..
Me and myself were disconnected
is this some kind of sickness?
Was i the only one infected?

The sound of the calling waves
is getting louder in my brain
i knew they were my only exit
and staying here would be insane

so i started digging my steps slowly
into the sands of my mind
following a path to reality
leaving my soul behind

here i am, on my way home
Back to the real life
hearing familiar voices
i gently opened my eyes

in my room, lying in bed
Still drowning in my thoughts
back to my figure again
but missing my lost soul...


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008



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