Slipped Too Far Away

By Hate Everyone

This fragile hold I have on life, 
Is slipping far away 
I can't escape the misery, 
Which haunts me everyday 

Emotions rage through bitter thoughts, 
That haunt my every move 
Though all is veiled in constant dread, 
There's nothing I can do 

While visions dance across my mind, 
These fears have taken hold 
As hate and anger are to blame, 
My heart has turned to stone 

I feel I'm chained to pain and sorrow, 
Locked within despair 
The dread I hold within in this heart, 
I'd never wish to share 

For who could handle shattered dreams, 
That longed for brighter days 
That fragile hold I had on life, 
Has slipped too far away

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Copyright 2019 Hate Everyone
Published on Wednesday, August 7, 2019.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Another poem....
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  • bobbery On Wednesday, August 14, 2019, bobbery (54)By person wrote:

    good! No matter how far we get lost in the dark, the mind has its ways of finding the smallest speck of light to guide us back. I know these feelings well, nicely done

  • 13sonsofgod On Saturday, August 10, 2019, 13sonsofgod (665)By person wrote:

    And a great one at that ! Trust me where you and your mind is now, is nothing but the truthful reality of how we let our thoughts, feelings, emotions , run rampant in our mind.. it turns all to stone trying to cope with it. A shut down installment of the mind in its attempt to stop it...hear my words or not, simply your choice.. I'm not like any other here.. read my writes and you will understand me, as I understand you....pleasure to meet..13......

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