Let You In

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I'm not sure how to tell you
But I won't be back this time
I'm sick of waking up
And telling you I'm fine
Things are getting worse
And they're never getting better
I'm sick of holding on
And writing my last letter

I hope you know by now
I never called this home
The years have wasted me
And I guess it really shows
The rope's around my throat
But at least that's what I chose
Just burn the message
And pretend you didn't know

Now that I'm gone
I guess I'll finally let you in
And in this empty house
There's a room I've never been
We'll hang the portraits there
And then we'll never see
This is the emptiness
That was always me

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