Runaway Refugee

Runaway Refugee

A Poem by Kayla K

~*~

Repeating days,

dreams are ablaze.

Suicide thoughts,

bled through inkblots.

~*~

Day after day,

scenery same.

Becoming tired,

of this game.

~*~

The far away winds are calling

Into depression we're falling

~*~

Impulsive actions,

and now you run

A new adventure,

has just begun

~*~

The run away refugee,

sings a lonesome lullaby

Such a poignant melody

quiet as a baby's sigh

~*~

Endless winding roads,

continuous solitary days

The runaway refugee,

is stuck in lonesome haze

~*~

"There must be,

somewhere I can,

be astonishing,"

she says with tears,

streaming down her face,

drowning in her fears.

~*~

About to give up,

a poignant tune,

plays in her mind.

"Do not give up.

You'll reach it soon."

~*~

Pick up your feet,

and run away.

Find somewhere to be,

astonishing and great.

You'll get there someday.

© 2011 Kayla K


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You've got amazing rhythm and thought flow. Like a metronome, i can read it and almost hear as if this is how you want it to be read. Your thoughts are very well articulated.

Posted 11 Years Ago


Ah, that's wonderful! Great rhythm, especially for a poem that's not free verse. If only I could get this sort of thing down.

Good job!

Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Suicide thoughts,

bled through inkblots.

~~~~~I know that...sometimes that's just how it is.~~~~~

Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Kayla K
Kayla K

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