zara williams

Runaway - Poem by zara williams

Staring up at the ceiling
it's 4am and i can't fight this feeling
keep feeling like a prisoner
no window opened once life shut that door

Feeling i'm gonna explode
can't handle all this pressure and work load
as every day is passing
the prison walls keep closing in

And i just wanna runway
can't handle this anymore, not another day
i really need to runaway
there is no reason here for me to stay

If only i could runaway
underneath the starry sky i wanna lay
feel the soothing wind on my skin
say the words i actually mean

Too long, just goo long
i've been searching for a place
where i really belong
the world is to complicated for me
i've longing for to long to be just me

I really need to runaway
i can't stand it for one more day
what choice will you have when life turns a prison
no comfort no kindness from a single person

I'm not trying to walk away completely
just need to find some peace to see it all clearly
seeking some solace in the middle of all this mess
i make mistakes, after all i'm just made of blood and flesh

And i wanna runaway
i'd give my life for freedom, even of a day
cuz i need to runaway
to be me till the end of my days

If could runaway
i would give anything to fine a way
to fix this mess and start all over
not to drift away from but to be closer

So just let me runaway
cuz this isn't the end, i'll find another way
remember, tomorrow is always a new day
so just let me...... runaway.....

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

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