Sam Campbell

Rookie (May 19,1993 / Deridder, LA)

Paranioa - Poem by Sam Campbell

I feel like I'm drowning
As the paranoia sets in
Darkness is the cause of my frowning
Its as if angels of death are out to get me

Running from something I can't see
All this horribly beautiful paranoia
The blackness of night blinds me
Just then I fall to the floor

My dreams are always filled with gore
The paranoia taints my mind's eye
In my nightmares of hell I try to find the door
I am always lost in my sleep of hell

It racks my brain
Tears at my face
Nothing but the pain
Sleep vanishes without a trace

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 9, 2011

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