unknownI stand inside looking outwardMore Like This
To a world so obscure,
I see the shadows and the fragments
Of the things that you once were
All the loneliness and sorrow,
All the laughter, all the tears
Caused by you, a frightened child
Only hiding from your fears.
In a world so demanding
A stranger in a crowd,
You run away to seek out shelter
Only destined to cry out loud;
Causing pain to those around you
Never realizing whats done
The damage in heartache
A never ending setting sun.
The words of bitter sweetness
Cease to end in streams of tears
For the pain thats been discarded
Was caused by life long fears;
Standing in the blackness
My heart swells so deep inside
I stand alone,
Always wondering where you hide.
I no longer play your game
I learn to walk without you near me
I learn to love and trust again
But, even with much changing
Never again will I be the same.
Ive learned from past experience
Standing inside, looking out
Staring at a cold world
Never wanting to move about;
But, now alone I sit and
Description of a PoemThoughts on paper,More Like This
Emotions in ink.
Verse that shows
What the artist may think.
Not just words
That rhyme or not.
It's a writer's emotion,
Their deepest thought.
To write great poetry
So deep and true,
It must come from emotions
Deep inside of you.
What you feel is what you write.
It helps to let it all out.
It's the perfect outlet
For those who don't scream and shout.
Do not be afraid
To let the world know.
Say what you think,
And let your emotions go.
Silvaze Prt 7 +Secret Love+Silvaze +Secret Love+More Like This
(Let's see who guess the right letter...)
I woke the next morning to a knock on my door. I rubbed my eyes and threw the blankets off. Through the door were staring lime-green eyes. I gasped. Then, a body followed the searching eyes. I smiled.
"Sarah, you're awake. Finally," Jacob said, having a smile on his face. He entered my room with a sly expression on his face.
"Yes, I am. Why do you have that smirk on your face? I don't understand," I said, getting up. Jacob raised his hand and flicked it downward. I shook my head.
"Sit," he said simply.
"Why-" I sat down as he walked forward. He made me lay down on the bed. He walked on the other side of the bed and came on beside me. I narrowed my eyes. What was he up to now?
"Now," he said as he laid beside me. His finger sliding up my side. I turned the opposite side of him. He scooted closer, still running his finger up my side. I began to get nervous with him this close.
"Jacob, please..." I