J.B. Baronda

Said Myself

When you are down and weary.
Yes you cry feeling so lonely.
You close your eyes and mesmerize all happy things...

Things you love and merely remember,
All the joy and excitement you treasure.
It helps somehow to make the pain fade away...

The scent of the nicotine in your skin,
tells you how bitter life has been.

You want to fade with the sunset,
cause deep within, you feel you'll never make it.
It may seem so dark and hard.
cause the troubles and misery invades your heart.
You know that in the cycle of life, there is a trump card.
and by yourself, you'll know your part.

No, you're not lost...
I'll guide you myself at all cost.
Trust me, yourself...
You know your own home, your shelf.

Don't feel blinded at the moment.
Fill yourself with hope and amusement.
Let our souls collide.
Let us be one one and let pain subside.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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