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fading away

Without anyone to comfort me
Perhaps soothe my soul
I've become hollow within
Consumed by my emptiness
So that I feel no more
Completly numb on the inside
There's nothing left of me now

I lye motionless and so still
Frozen in a state of conscieness
An overwhelmiong  silence creeps over
I try to scream but no one hears
I have no voice to exspress myself
Only an echo of whispers
Along with my endless tear drops
which por from my crying eyes
That can be heard if you listen
Queitly for them

* Underneath these vacant eyes of mine
Full of lonliness which only I can see
Being torn apart slowly
Soon I will be lost with no hope
 Of finding my way back
To the happiness I felt once before

I try to forge the saddness
Ton release it from my thoughts
But i've fallen to deeply
Into self despair and pity
The pains always there
As I breath in the misery
From the stale air
It's become a part of me now
After being under far to long.

Is there no cure to search for 
That might end all my agony
That stays by my sid eeach day
Leaving behind to many wounds
That will never heal, i fear
Mending all the shattered pieces
Of my broken heart which aches so much
will I ever find my soul again
which I lost somewhere along the way
On my way down an deadend path

* Beneath the vast lies of mine
I'm full of denials and admitting nothing was my fault
Only I know that there is such a thing as to much
And i've done to many wicked things
And I haver made myself a sin filled soul
with a change to turn back
Pretty much a hopeless cause

Copyright © mandy klein | Year Posted 2012


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