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Shatter- A poem about indecision and confusion

Updated on January 17, 2013

Title: Shatter

And now I can't see
The hurricane of my life
It's crashing down over me
I haven't seen the sunset in ages
But maybe that's cause I'm so closed away
And I'm just remembering to catch my breath

So don't let's just a little while

Pave my way with good intentions
Assumptions have a way of being two faced
So take me by surprise
Spell it out before my eyes
Cause the weather is beginning to change
And I don't know what's right for me

And I just want to be shown a way of faith...

I'm tired of leaning the wrong way
It seems like no path is worth the follow
The bitter truths too much to swallow
And nothing can get my thoughts straight
So make me comfortable cause this collision
Is gonna be heard miles away

When I'm crossed with indecision
All I'm looking for is a way out
Something that sheds a bit of light
On a time that's filled with lonely nights
To give the word believe a meaning once again
Cause I'm about 2 blocks from being so lost

That the pieces will be too scattered
And far too broken
To be put back together again


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      Sean 4 years ago from PA

      Glad you enjoyed it Blaise :) I try my best to convey raw emotion in ways many can picture and feeling people can really identify with and relate to things they have felt themselves. I think writing is therapeutic no matter whether its dark or happy based poetry it's expression if a feeling with an underlying meaning held close to the author. I appreciate your comments I will look at some I your hubs later as I am at work at the moment

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      Fehl Dungo 4 years ago from close to you...

      The confusion of which way to go and you realize the puzzle is not moving and you wish you put the pieces completely back again. You worded this so beautifully. :)