Ms. American Dream ...


Trapped In Solitude - Poem by Ms. American Dream ...

Its been lonely waiting for you
I feel like Im trapped in solitude
confined in my own mind
and I dont know what to do

Tears of blood roll down my face
and when they saw me
there was no trace
no trace of the happy days
of the disgrace

They looked but did not see
they heard but did not listen
they did not see that you were a part of me
and now that part of me is missing

Its been lonely waiting for you
I feel like Im trapped in solitude
confined in my own mind
and I dont know what to do

I scream at the top of my lungs
but no one seems to hear
everything seems so blurry and unclear
I sit down and pray with all my might
that someday soon ill see that bright light
than I finally open my eyes to relize my whole life's been a lie
I cant live on without you
oh, somebody save me from what im about to do!

I run to the kitchen and grab that knife
sit down and slit everything in sight!
Im yelling and screaming but I can not stop!
from my wrist to my elbow
from my shoulder to my ear
Im wishing that your here
tell me that you care about me
that you care about my health
stop this pain I keep inflicting on myself

and then everything stops
the knife slowly slips from my grip
and falls to the ground
theres no sound
except for the blood that drips from my wrist
drips slow on the hardwood floor
I sit there and bite my lip
Its so quite, but I feel so free
ready to go where God takes me


Its been lonely waiting for you
I feel like Im trapped in solitude
confined in my own mind
and I dont know what to do


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2008



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