Emily Wimetal

Rookie (17/12/1995 / Hervey Bay)

Walking Condrudiction - Poem by Emily Wimetal

Your angry words
they slowly kill.
Your painful stares
they're all I feel.
Face to face
you contradict,
A puzzle piece
that just wont fit.
A scream so loud
that isn't heard.
A speech that's said
in just one word.
Old as time
but still so young.
Singing tunes
that are left unsung.
A mighty gale,
no leaf was stirred.
Asking of problems
with no concern
a rainbow shines
when no rain falls
I've tried to hide
and still I call.
Hidden in the open,
lighting up the dark,
holding on to nothing
waiting for the spark,
to start a fire
that makes me cold
to hold on to my everything
that to someone else I've sold.
I look up at the sky
and see the stars upon the ground.
You're standing right in front of me.
You're nowhere to be found.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 9, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 9, 2012

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