mandy faye

Rookie (10/24/1987 / CALIFORNIA)

So Much To Give - Poem by mandy faye

I live no more to shame
nor me
nor you
....I am sorry....

Born from silence
Silence full of it
A perfect concert
My best friend
So much to live for
So much to die for
If only my heart had a home

Sing what you can't say
Forget what you can't play
Hasten to drown into beautiful eyes
Walk within my poetry, this dying music
- My loveletter to nobody

Never sigh for better world
It's already composed, played and told
Every thought the music I write
Everything a wish for the night

Wrote for the eclipse, wrote for the virgin
Died for the beauty, the one in the garden
Created a kingdom, reached for the wisdom
Failed in becoming a god

Never sigh for better world
It's already composed, played and told
Every thought the music I write
Everything a wish for the night

'If you read this line, remember not the hand that wrote it
Remember only the verse, songmaker's cry, the one without tears
For I've given this its strength
And it has become my only strength.

Comforting home, mother's lap, chance for immortality
Where being wanted became a thrill
I never knew
The sweet piano writing down my life'

'Teach me passion - for I fear it's gone
Show me love - hold the lorn
So much more I wanted to give to the ones who love me
I am sorry
Time will tell
This bitter farewell
I live no more to shame
nor me
nor you

And you...

....I wish I didn't feel for you anymore...'

A lonely soul...
An ocean soul...
So much more...
I wanted to give...
to the ones who love me...
Time will tell....
A lonely soul...
An ocean soul...

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Comments about So Much To Give by mandy faye

  • Brian Dorn (3/24/2006 11:29:00 PM)


    Mandy, the passion has not gone... very intense write!
    Brian
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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 24, 2006



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