Ray Mesa

Rookie (5/17/89 / Grand Forks)

The Problem With Breaking Up A China Girl Is The Fact That You See Her Everywhere You Go - Poem by Ray Mesa

I have this pain
that has no single name
It's existitng and it's remnessing
I just miss, The sudden bliss I got when we screamed
The touch, I must, Feel ever again
Walking under rain that stains
Walking in a full home that's all alone
I am under a bridge with all walls
On top of a church
with a candle and a book
My feet begun to burn and my palms bleed
As I watch the hearse
Slam it's break before hitting the crook
that stole my ever loveing seed
Fires across a wet land
Dire, Expired voice of a dead man
It's frozen in a burning room
It's the end of the world
A girl's own baby girl named doom
with a upside star under her wrist
She's a soccer star, Look at her kick
She just might be able to kick the habit
Reach for a hand and not one of a addict
Your're in the wrong car, Life's a expensive toy and you just might break it
Failing to see a man above your bed
I just can't imagine another girl over me
Sometime I wish I could break open my head
and set all this hostilty free


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006



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