Emily Ramsdayle


This Is Where I End - Poem by Emily Ramsdayle

Helpless cries
Amidst the silence.
Brotherhood dies
In the arms of the violence.

Chorus~ I disappeared with you
Replaced by someone new
But how, can I face myself
Viewed as someone else?
Please won’t you help me; my love.
I need you again.

Hopeless words
With each empty promise
Beauty fades
Consumed by the darkness.

~ I disappeared with you
Replaced by someone new
But how, can I face myself
Viewed as someone else?
Please won’t you save me; my love.
I need you again.

I can’t take this.
I am breaking.
I won’t make it.

~ Right in front of me
Stands a world that’s free.
But how, can I face myself
Viewed as someone else?
Please won’t you save me; my love.
Is this where it ends?
Yes.
This is where I end.


Comments about This Is Where I End by Emily Ramsdayle

  • (12/28/2009 12:14:00 AM)


    You did a great work, but I think it soud a little better the way Justin put it. (Report) Reply

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  • (12/27/2009 11:11:00 PM)


    Here would be my write of it.

    Hopeless cries
    Amongst the silence.
    Brotherhood quietly dies
    In the arms of the violence.

    Chorus~ I was taken by you
    Replaced by someone new
    But how, now, can I face myself
    When I'm viewed as someone else?
    Please won’t you save me; my love.
    I need you again.

    Forsaken words
    With each empty promise
    Beauty begins to hurt
    Consumed by the darkness.

    ~ I was taken by you
    Replaced by someone new
    But how, now, can I face myself
    When I'm viewed as someone else?
    Please won’t you save me; my love.
    I need you again.

    I won't take this.
    But I am breaking.
    Why can't I make it?

    ~ Right in front of me
    Stands a world that’s free.
    But how, now, can I face myself
    When I'm viewed someone else?
    Please won’t you save me; my love.
    I need you again..
    Is this where it ends?
    Yes.
    This is where I end.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 27, 2009



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