kendyll brown

Rookie (06.07.1993 / california, USA)

The Silence - Poem by kendyll brown

another night she lies awake
the moon lights up her room
like day
another night she spends alone
without his touch
her skin begins to crawl
the blood is runnning through her veins
lost in everything she trusts
she cant seem to get enough
even though the world she loves
it will neverbe the way it was
and his heart of stone
has left her breaking
every night she cries
and dies a little more inside
'say you love me'
nothing left inside
'say you love me'
or the silence will set her free
the memories take her back
every moment fades to black
every kiss an taste
she wishes time would ease the pain
even though the world she loves
it will never be the way it was
her heart is weak
her hands are shaking
every night she cries
and dies a little more inside


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 6, 2011


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