Noway Out

Trisha M.Hopkins By Trisha M.Hopkins, 22nd Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/41qfxjso/
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I wrote this poem when I was depressed. Writing this poem helped me cope with my feelings. I hope you can relate. I also hope you enjoyed my poem.

Noway Out

March-22-1998
Trisha M. Barrek-Hopkins

I.
I stand on the top of the bridge
Unrecognize the dark valley below
I look far in the distance i see the ridge
The place that i crave and need to go

II.
As i start into the valley of the unknowing
One i know that many have traveled before
By the same path as i follow now in the showing
And i pass the bodies left behind
Ones so unrecognizable you can ignore
And the spirits i may find
All this horror in my mind i can not help but to store
The doing to these bodies is something below kind

III.
I see the evidence of the battles
And know of the markings
That have become of those before me
And now i see the leftover of death
Wondering if any of us will get free

IV.
Above me the light of promise
To reach the ridge of destiny
Will mean for internal happiness
And life with no end

V.
It is were my spirit ends
Giving my soul away
My life to god i send
Something different people say
But it has come to me
To this day
I set my heart free

VI.
As i walk with no power to run
The branches are against me
And all of the darkness of hell
Never knowing when ill see the sun
They reach for me and i must resist
The fear i have no one i can tell
No person is pissed

VII.
As i reach the foot of the hill
That i must reach i find no path but down
No understanding from those people
To the point that i have reached
I give up tring
I tried to preach
But my only way is to go on dying

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Tags

Alone, Bridge, Dark, God, Other, Ridge, Souls, Valley

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author avatar Trisha M.Hopkins
37, Mother of 2 gorgeous daughters 13 n 10, Found my high school sweetheart after 15 years and now we celebrated our 1yr anniversary aug-27-13. Ill never let him go no matter what. I Love poetry

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