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Falling to Daybreak


Author: Raindrops
ASL Info:    25/f/Pennsylvania
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Words: 182
Class/Type: Poetry /Religious
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Written on January 25, 2010.


Falling to Daybreak



Falling inside me
drowning in nothings
all these feelings
these thoughts are fleeting

Driving me crazy
Don't know to run
Don't know to hide
Left out in the open..

to comprehend
What's going on
inside my head.
So annoying

When I can't think of this
when life isn't bliss
When is it ever?
Will this last forever?

Tired of running
Tired of fighting
Pull these evil thoughts from me ..

tired eyes searching
deaf ears listening
for that something...for that break
ugh! I don't know what I'm saying...

what I'm thinking....
I don't understand
why this is happening.....
but WHAT is happening

Things are falling apart
falling through my fingers
Losing it all
so that I'm left

with just You.

Walls falling around me
Floors crumbling beneath me
Looks like I'm falling
I'm falling!!

I can't control this
Nothing to hold on to....
but You...
falling into Your arms

I guess this is how it ends
but it doesn't end...

It begins.




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  I think I've had this feeling before... like everything is wrong and your life is crumbling, only to find out that that was not the right life. Then when you look back you realize that it all had a purpose, but that you had to lose everything to find the right path.

I feel the frustration and fear in your words, but also the realization that there's more to life. :)
| Posted on 2010-01-26 00:00:00 | by Lynda | [ Reply to This ]
  A new write, and a very mysterious one. This one describes the hopeless feeling of falling; something I think we all have at times, and in our dreams. Your poem reminds me too of the frustration we have at lack of control over so many things, where we wish for order and life gives uncertainty and disorder, and random surprises that we would rather not have!

Nice work!
| Posted on 2010-01-26 00:00:00 | by Ron Cole | [ Reply to This ]


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