Susan Robertson

Rookie (7/9/1976 / Lakewood, NJ)

The Silence That Lives On - Poem by Susan Robertson

I'm sitting in the corner nowhere to run
Here comes the silence, there goes the fun

Trying to put the pieces back together
Knowing that the silence will live on forever

Trapped inside with my deepest fears
The silence is so strong voices are not clear

Hard to fight my way out of this place
Wanting to leave the silence without a trace

All the bad things go away and be gone
For I am left with the silence that lives on


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 2, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 2, 2005


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