Zunaira (xuni)

Waiting For The Sun Rise - Poem by Zunaira (xuni)

Lying down in your bed,
it's a moment..
when a feeling hits you..
as some invisible hands are touching your body..
holding you tight..
pushing you in a deep, dark grave..
where emotions vanish,
your heart becomes black,
your soul dies,
n your body only lives..

You wanna scream n shout,
as you dunt wanna go..
You just wanna cry louder..
but you can't,
coz of the people around you..
some silent tears..
roll down your cheeks,
n dry on your pillow..

At this moment,
You can feel your heart,
It beats as if gonna explode,
or stop beating..
Your blood moves faster..
n your veins try to explode..
When you breath..
You feel pain in your body,
from head to toe..

You can't sleep..
but still.. you try..
closing your eyes..
watching darkness n feeling it moving deep inside..
You wish for Sun rise as soon as possible..
You just wish to run away..
But in the end..
opening your eyes..
finding yourself in the same darkness,
just leaves..
Your mind,
Your heart,

Waiting for the Sun rise..

Comments about Waiting For The Sun Rise by Zunaira (xuni)

  • (8/29/2008 9:04:00 AM)


    Go on to listen that song..

    Send me the pillow you dream on..don't you know that i still care about you..........

    Have a gr8 day,
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 13, 2006

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