Elizabeth Forrest

Rookie - 20 Points (April 25th)

The Peace I'Ve Found - Poem by Elizabeth Forrest

These feelings that have faded have opened up my eyes
The rage that has succumb me, the pain I have inside
I begin to understand why I hide behind these walls
Afraid of the world around me, afraid I might fall

The fire that existed has dwindled to a spark
The path that I have chosen, alone I will embark
Time will heal the gaping wound ripping through my heart
Your coldness only shows me how much we've grown apart

I trusted you but you walked away and left me far behind
How could you inflict such emotion and confusion in my mind
I reject your explanation, I reject your trying to pretend
There comes a time to let go and I fear this is the end

How dare you judge me and intentionally rape my soul
I am left with no choice but to turn around and go
Down the path I begin to walk but stop and turn around
I gaze into your hurtful eyes and bask in the peace I've found


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 1, 2012


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