Sarin Fallen


Shock Down, Electrified Inside. - Poem by Sarin Fallen

Shock down, electrified inside
Three fires against the rising tide
Lights bleed a pale magnet blue.
Some words are never meant to be true.
Sometimes I can’t feel my heart.
It’s torn and fell apart.
Midnight, violet dreams of mine.
Count stars just to pass the time

Shadows grow and take a hold of you; we stand colors true to true.
One night, over years ago, when people leave you let them go.
Say the ones smiling out of snow, while we dig with panic in our hearts.
Some of us will always have missing parts.

Rust orange, like the fires mourn.
You fear all things strange and foreign.
Tell me where has you soul gone.
Can’t forget to forget our mom.
Why cry for things we don’t have.
Waste tears for my broken dad.
Drive tonight out to the edge of town.
Feel my soul all around,
Don’t cry for things you don’t have.
Let the pain cut, and make you mad.
Cant forget the things we don’t have.

Shadows grow and take a hold of you; we stand colors true to true.
One night, over years ago, when people leave you let them go.
Say the ones smiling out of snow, while we dig with panic in our hearts.
Some of us will always have missing parts.


Comments about Shock Down, Electrified Inside. by Sarin Fallen

  • (4/13/2010 4:18:00 PM)


    This is awesome! ! purely amazing xD.... this is my favorite line and its so true that seriously it left me speachless......
    'Shadows grow and take a hold of you; we stand colors true to true.
    One night, over years ago, when people leave you let them go.
    Say the ones smiling out of snow, while we dig with panic in our hearts.
    Some of us will always have missing parts'
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010



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