Oustine Hao

Siren So Loud - Poem by Oustine Hao

This siren so loud
Goes off in my head
It's telling me that
I should have been dead

And when it goes off
I hear its loud scream
One thing is for sure
This isn't a dream

But it is my life
Being drained away
Just when I needed
Energy to stay

It goes off once more
After the attack
Death have came for me
But I turned my back

Siren start to wail
Cry for an hour
Can't control myself
Has too much power

Have tried and have failed
More than countless times
Continue screaming
With my countless rhymes

I nearly have lost
And that time for good
Light bright star to leave
That's what it have should

When I was to go
Sirens all I hear
Taunting pathetic
Sad childish fear

I hear it howl
Destroying the moon
Shattering the sun
Stars left me too soon

When all hope has left
What do I wish on?
I have no idea
The courage has gone

Bravery no more
My candle blown down
Siren take over
And silence to drown

Not the only one
I'll die as well
Fall apart at end
Then I'll go to hell

Where the sirens ring
And haunt me again
Back at beginning
Where it all began

Waiting to wake up
The nightmare is real
I'll wait forever
This curse has a seal

A combiniation
Try breaking the lock
Of dark deep despair
So siren won't mock

Funneral is soaked
In cold drenching rain
Siren there each day
Remind me of pain

I'm revived each time
Live through tomorrow
I just wonder if
I'll survive this sorrow

So siren so loud
Shouldn't be lying
Because only you
Knows when I'm dying

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 22, 2011

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