Thomas Anderson


Nightmares - Poem by Thomas Anderson

Wake up in the morning
My heart longs to sing
Suddenly the phone rings
I know a bad day's coming

I go down the street
Seeing clouds as white as a sheet
I look upon the sky
Thinking the chance is now mine

To change my life, to end this strife
All this trouble stabs me like a knife
I know the rhymes, I know the lines
Would this song warms me like sunshine?

Why won't these nightmares ever pass by?
You know it's hard to make me that guy
I don't want to live in any more lies
And it's clear that I'm not that wise

(By Thomas Anderson 26/6/2008)


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2008



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