Ashley Carnes


I'm Here


I see you're pain
and you say gods name in vein
and its just a shame
that you think you're the one to blame.
It's such a terrible game.

You sit in fear
that no one is near
and you shed a tear
that you think no one can hear.

You don't want to be a bother
and you don't even have a dollar.
You just want to holler.

I see all that you're going through
and i will always be there for you.
I will do all that i can do,
To help you get through.

Good times and bad,
Even when you are mad
or even crying or sad.

I will lend you my shoulder
and carry you're boulder.
As you get older,
I will be you're holder.

So lets just pray
for another wonderful day
because i am here to stay
and help you find you're way.

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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Just something i wrote one night. Its not the best but oh well. nobody's perfect and I'm not the best at writing.

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