The End... Welcome home

The end, WELCOME HOME

I dreamt of you last night

When the stars were bright

Forever i kept your image in my heart

Yet, your memory and I have to depart

Though letting go is excruciating

For the heart and soul so tormenting

I let go of your dysfunctional memory

Though your scars tattoo me eternally

I thought you'd have my back

You would be everything i lack


And my will to live but no

You left me burning oh no!


You Weren't there when i called you name

For you said it was growing too laime

You chased away all the sanity in me

You left me burn. Yet, how could it be?

You left me drowning

Sinking and begging

I begged like a dog:"Please don't"

But destiny I had to confront

Losing faith in every single heart beat

Can't barely stand alone on my bare feet

Pain is my biggest sin, eating me from inside

While I'm forced to bury it deep down inside

You've gone when i needed you the most

And had the eye to talk about it n boast

Though I held your hand for years

Shed for you a thousand tears

"I am so tired of being here

Suppressed by my childish fear!"  ( evanescence= My Immortal)

Can someone tell me why do I have to suffer?

Drown in anguish terror trouble and struggle

Now i am again on my own

Welcome back. Welcome home

This is the end of you and me

This is it. Now I can break free

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Cris A 7 years ago from Manila, Philippines

Oh no! Not on Valentine's Day!


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quicksand 7 years ago

Phew! There's no place like home eh?


newcapo 7 years ago

whoa, powerful words.


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Uriel 7 years ago from Lebanon Author

hehheheheheh.... i didn't intend it to be on valentine's just plain coincidence :D...thanks for stopping by . And yes there is no place like home.

Thanks Quicksand and Newcapo

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