Walk down my dirt road

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by unknown loner, Sep 10, 2009.

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  1. unknown loner

    unknown loner Active Member

    Wake up, stare in the mirror
    Ill just see the one they throw around like a doll
    I can try to make peace in my mind
    But they just point out many other reasons to hate myself

    I just want to hold my head high
    Without that big loud storm bringing me down
    They think I am numb
    But I can feel every other hit they throw

    Why can’t I just like myself for what I am?
    It’s a law based on their self gratification
    The flaws they see on selves
    Are the weapons they use against me.

    They could walk down a mile in my dirt road
    I can show them the beauty that surrounds it
    They could feel the breeze
    They could see there is much more to it

    But that’s all fantasy in my head
    The truth is no one wants to walk down that road
    It’s just a continuous put down
    So much I can’t see the point in the path I walk

    What will I find down your road?
    Let me see the flaws you cry to
    Everyone has a deep self dug red river in the middle
    Hide it down the deep part of your own mind

    It’s the pain of difference that makes me sick
    Since when is it a virus to show who you are?
    I don’t want to live in this fake universe
    Made tailor made to hide our scarred half

    Show yourself
    Show your pain
    Walk down your path
    Run from that machine you truly became
     
  2. FallenRyo

    FallenRyo Active Member

    Very deep, it really speaks to me

    I understand, I've often woken up wondering things like this.

    :hug:
     
  3. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Alumni SF Supporter

    :hug: thanks for sharing!
     
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