Michelle McKay


Numbness - Poem by Michelle McKay

Numbness, you are my friend,
I let my walls down, but they are back again,
numbness, sweet nothing,
emotions and feelings can be crushing,
oh numbness, my heart grows cold,
I feel the emptiness taking hold,
numbness is where I stand,
I embrace this blank page by hand,
numbness settles in my mind,
and to hurt I am blind,
numbness caresses my soul,
and I will be free to feel no more.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012



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