Impossible Confusion

by ashley   Mar 16, 2005



Doubting…hesitating, totally impossible,
Accepting…believing, completely possible…
A cloudless day, rain falling on my face,
Running through the street, standing still in this place…
Falling through the air, feet planted on the ground,
Screaming out into the open, too quiet to make a sound…
Going where I’m headed, nowhere for me to go,
Not thinking of anything, except everything I know…
As confused as the day, as knowing as the night,
Cowering with fear, excited with fright…
Feeling so lifeless, yet being so alive,
Wanting to give up, fighting to survive…
Full of emotions, too empty to measure,
Not enough cups though, to hold the pain and the pleasure…
Crying for days, not a single tear shed,
Arguing without words, to people I imagine in my head…
Not knowing who I am, but knowing who I’m not,
Suddenly losing everything, to gain anything I’ve got…
All the time in the world, not enough time for me,
To do all the important things, that nobody will ever see…
Too many problems, with solutions unfound,
That always go unsolved, because other problems come round…
Impossible as it seems, it’s as possible as can be,
Just read between the lines, and the answers you will see…
Skeptical…suspicious, utterly impossible,
Realizing…understanding, it’s all too possible...

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  • 17 years ago

    by Red Charm

    Hey really good poem. keep it up

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