I’m the one I need to leave
I had a dream, a choking-scream
It signified someone crippling me
Holding me back, smothering
It’s me I can almost hear the scream
Why am I crippling myself
LET ME GO PLEASE
We weep bitterly, sickly
At all the suffering on earth
Our hearts most finely tuned to death
And the successive flood of hurt.
I weep like glass is in my veins
I cry and scream til sorrow stains
My soul and leaves me haunted, pained
Like the flood will tear my heart away.
We shake our fists at God
We break our teeth with grinding
How could you? How could you
The aching is crescendoing
My pain is overwhelming
Yet I do not stand alone.
This was never my home.
It’s getting louder now and I need to think
I’m becoming sicker now and I require sleep
The papered walls are caging in the yawning brink
I would sleep but every shadow screams at me to think.
who is this scatter-person Who am I scattered among the trees WHO AM I waiting for me to sleep dont fall asleep…
I know Your character because I find it through my own
My tiny heart confronts the dark;
With courage, the unknown
yet despite my swirling stars,
a simple breath is all we are
a puff of sigh-frost,
caught upon a spiky breeze
fading to the skeptic night
while jagged currents lash the trees.
They remind me of courage
A perpetual scream to paint the night with some kind of color.