Untitled - Poem by Josh Burnett
I fight off the dying pain of my heart, just for the truth that one day I’ll find you.
I fight so hard and so long that I feel like falling flat on my face,
But you keep me on my feet.
At times my mind and body feel so heavy and feel so weak,
I believe that I’ll never be able to hold on.
I know though that I must not give in to the incredible power of giving up.
I know for sure one day that I will find your heart beating through my veins,
And I’ll find my love.
One day I know that I will run into you while I look down upon the ground,
Not watching in front of me.
I must fight the faint pulses running through my mind,
Of there never being any hope in this world,
And beyond a shadow of a doubt I know that I will fail in the attempt of trying to fight.
When I look up into the heavens that line the clouds,
There is no light breaking through the sky.
Because I only know how to do one thing and that is losing the fight.
Through and through the nights only grow dark and my life rips apart.
I fall to the ground dripping with sweat running into my eyes burning the very being,
The very core of who I am.
Clawing at me are the monsters tearing the very foundation of what I believe from under me.
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