Poem: Silent Rain
(This was one of the very first, serious poems I had written. I had every inspiration needed within me at the time to write it.)
Have you ever cried in vain?
Your tears fell like a silent rain
The cold embrace of loneliness
Grasping like an angry fist
Wandering from here to there
Not belonging anywhere
Eyes that spawned a million tears
And sees a world which never cares
A face that never gave a smile
Because it never felt worthwhile
The cuts were deep
You felt the pain
Drops of blood
Like silent rain
Tried so hard to comprehend
Why your scares would never mend
A wasted life drifts down the drain
No one hears the silent rain
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