Sinking like a rock

Poem by: mburt0n222_22

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I sink like a rock hidden from people's eyes

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Submitted: March 20, 2012

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They say I'm a rock At least that's what they think But when everyone's gone Into water, I sink Washing away With tears, not of joy Drowning again From someone's ploy Wishing and hoping  for the world to crumble away Wishing and hoping  That my emotions won't stay Colorless and plain I'll stray away from the pain Become solid like stone Never once leaving home Gone without one look Gone without a trace I'll be gone From this horrible place  Death knocks swiftly At the door to my room And he asks me once \"would you like to leave soon\" I'll take his hand Feel the bitter cold Leave my worries away As I become a hundred years old Crumbling away Into nothing but dust Buried in a coffin that's  Starting to rust That will be my end  Life is the game iv lost And to escape this horrible game Death was the cost


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I sink like a rock hidden from people's eyes

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