shayleigh barnett

Rookie (August 1,1998 / Bryan)

Forever sorry


Bottled up inside
are the fears of my past.
living with this hurt,
because things never last.

it cant be worst than this
i've already tried
to get away from everything
by trying to hide.

my life has changed so much
and the pain still comes back
so sometimes i think of you such
because it shows the love that i lack

from day in and day out
i remember your smile
i think of the memories
and for you ide walk a mile.

when the hurt takes over
i cry it all out
and sometimes it gets worse
i just want to scream and shout

i severly want us back
to the way we used to be
why did i leave you?
do you still love me?

these questions i ask
will forever linger in my head
since they wont fade i feel i should be dead

with the sorrow and sadness
i feel so heartbroken
and i wish to have told you
the words that were unspoken.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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