Victoria Sypniewski


Running - Poem by Victoria Sypniewski

I May Smile On The Outside
But Inside I'm Broken
Twisted
Toren In Every Direction
I Know I'm Looking As If You Don't Faze Me
But Honestly
I Need You
I Want You
I may Walk Away
That's Only Because I Can't Bare To See You With Her
To Save The Tears
The Heartache
Running
It's What I Have To Do
Once You Finally Escape Me
I Become Free
Happy
Then Before I Can Breath
You And Her
You Show Up
Making My Heart Fall
Faster
And Faster
Then Poof
In An Instant
You're Gone


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 8, 2005



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