Ashley Reese

Rookie (1993 / Wellsboro)

I Wonder


I wonder
I wonder how life could be different
I wonder how it could change
I wonder if this is permanent
I wonder if it's out of range
I wonder what others would think
I wonder how they would see me
I wonder if they would even see the link
I wonder if they would cease to be
I wonder if they would even care
I wonder if they would even give me another glance
I wonder if they would stop and stare
I wonder if they would give me a second chance
I wonder if this would even matter
I wonder what is the problem
I wonder if I can make myself better
I wonder if I will ever listen to them
I wonder how long I will feel this pain
I wonder if it ever goes away
I wonder what I could possibly gain
I wonder when everything will be okay
I wonder if it's all my fault
I wonder where I went wrong
I wonder why everything came to a halt
I wonder if this feeling will be with me long
I wonder if it gets any easier
I wonder how to stop this feeling
I wonder when I'll get better
I wonder when I can start healing
I wonder

Submitted: Thursday, November 12, 2009
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