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Jessica D. Chisum

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Anyone

by

Jessica D. Chisum

Can anyone see me
because I'm there
Can anyone hear me
becasue I'm screaming
Can anyone help me
becasue I'm in pain

Can anyone understand
the emtyness I feel
because I'm lonely
but there's always people there
Can anyone understand
the closed up feeling I have
because the door is locked
but it always stands open

No one ever listens
So how can they understand
No one ever confurts me
So how can I feel grand
No one ever helps me pass
so how can I ever get through


Dark Past

by

Jessica D. Chisum

For so long
I was left alone
In a dark room
So bare and cold
No path that was seen
No air was there left for me
Trying to fight my way throw
That crazy thing I call the past
All my actions
All my problems
Left me alone
No were I belong
Lost in a room full of pain
Keeping so wide awake
No way to fall asleep
A loud ringing in my ear
It leaves my with fear
I was so far gone
Clearly unable to take it back
All the pianfull hurt I have left
Now forever lost in my shame full past

I'm Those ones

by

Jessica D. Chisum

I'm those ones standing in the street
screaming please, for once, just see me
I'm those ones crying on my knees
asking, what's so wrong with me
I'm those ones walking in a croud
they don't know that I'm alone
I'm those ones spinning in the rain
there's no way they see the tears come from me
I'm those ones that cut to bleed
at least it doesn't hurt as much as me
I'm those ones that never eat
I'm much bigger then most I see
I'm those ones that play ith rattle snakes
I could get lucky and it will bite me
I'm those ones with ropes and knifes
they have reason meant just for me
not much longer is there left for me
those snakes, knifes and ropes are temping me
I'll just count one, two, three
yeah that's what's left for me

Water drop

by

Jessica D. Chisum

a water drop falls down my ckeek
people ask me why I weep
then I smile at them as I blink
there goes another one down my cheek
my heart feels so week
I want lie I guess I'm a freek
there goes another one down my cheek
water drops fall
I hope that no one saw
down my cheek another one falls
now I start to dall
there if falls all the water drops
why can't I stop
I hate being in this kind of spot
drops fall full of water
I know that I'm such a bother
so thinks my father
he wishes I wasn't his daughter
all I ever do is freat
only because my cheeks are always wet
I'll stop now with this set
your not leasening now I bet

My Heart

by

Jessica D. Chisum

wishing, hoping, dreaming
not knowing were life will go
jumping, walking, running around
will the spinning ever stop
will life ever make you mine
tripping, falling, kicked around
why can't it ever go my way
brozes, scrapes, cut and scars
are all apart of life
all I ask of you
don't scar, cut, scrape or brozes
my heart I give to you
way to week to hill its own
given to you
with hope and trust
full of love and faith
believing in you
your caring touch
don't let me fall
in return
I'll keep you strong
keep you going
show you the love
the love I have for you
what I thought was so long lost
I found when I fell for you

Time

by

Jessica D. Chisum

I look at the clock
Why is time so slow
I just want to go
I don't want to stay

Why do you holding me back
I really don't like that
Let go of my sleve
I want to be let free

Time is to slow
I need to go
Just let me be me
you have to set me free
so my life is lived by me

You Know Me

by

Jessica D. Chisum

Just when I think there's no one there
I turn around to see your here
When I think no one understands
Your sitting here holding my hand
When I tell you I want to die
You aways seem to cry
I have to ask you why
You never let me lie
To push my problems aside
I love that you always know
Every time I need you so
You seem to read my mind
Because when iI try ti hide
What's going on so deep inside
You tell me it's okay to cry
You pick me up and keep me going
You never seem to stop flowing
Your smile keeps on glowing
Please I beg of you
Don't leave me now
I need you more then ever
Really I want to keep you forever
Stay my friend now
I can stick around
If I loose you now
I'll brake donw

Being me

by

Jessica D. Chisum

There it happened,
I opened my heart.
There it happened,
you went and broke it.
There it happened,
you used me yet again.
There it happened,
I run back to you.
Once again,
I'll open my heart.
Once again,
you'll brake it.
Once again,
I'll think we'er happy.
Once again,
you'll show me I'm wrong.
Once again,
I'm used by you.
There you know,
I have a weekness.
There you know,
I will brake.
There you know,
how easy I can fall.
How lucky are you?
Not many see,
The hurt I have.
How lucky are you?
Not many see,
the unloved feelling I have.
How lucky are you?
Not many see,
that I have to hide.

But now do you see, that's my only way.
my only way I get through being me

The Ones

by

Jessica D. Chisum

The ones that I should never foregive,
are the ones I try to get closer to.
The ones that I'm closest to,
are the ones I will never foregive.
The ones that hurt me the most,
are the ones I feel I have to keep.
The ones that I will never foregive,
are the only ones that ever cared.
Why do I set myself up to fale?
Do I like the challege?
Why do I walk away from winning?
I never won before.
Lossing is all I know how to do.
It seems faler and hurt,
is what I do well.
Is that why I foregive the ones I shouldn't,
And not foregive the ones I should?
I'm scared to keep the ones that care,
only because I never had it before.

In your sight

by

Jessica D. Chisum

Keep your eyes upno me,
Keep me in your sight,
Help me down this crooked road,
Lead me to the light,
This road I'm on is dark,
I'm not sure I know the way,
With you right beside me,
I'm certain I won't stray,
Hand and hand I knew I'll get through,
Give me the strainth I need,
Let me lean on you.

FRIENDS

by

Jessica D. Chisum

A friend listens to what you say.
Lifes a sculpture,
Friends are clay.
Friends are notes to lifes great songs,
A melody that carries you along.
Weather it's a joy or or a fear,
When life gets tough,
They,re always near.
So thank your lucky stars tonight.
When life gets rough,
And your dreams seem far.
It's then you'll find out who your ture friends are.

My Mask

by

Jessica D. Chisum

Look deep deep behind my mask
Try to under stand me
That is your task

You'll see the pain and suffering I'm going though
I can't explain why I take it out on you

I feel this pain eatting me up inside
So I take you on an abusive ride

Never knowing which direction I'm going in
So I take you on a emotional spin

You wonder how I could do this to you
You got closer then I wanted you to

In the begining you saw, my feelings needed to be nursed
Then in return felt my anger as it dispursed

My love's stronger then before
Now let me take you to the core
In the end you'll be left emotionally poor

You wonder how I could treat you this way
You tried to take my mask away

You finally had enough and you headed for the door
Then I let out a sigh you can't ignore

I say I love you and it won't happen agin
You've now served your purpose my prey

THAT'S THE PRICE YOU PAY
FOR TAKING MY MASK AWAY

why do you

by

Jessica D. Chisum

Why do you ignore me?
I thought I was your friend?
The message you are sending is telling me to think again?When you needed me, I was there for you.
When the roles reversed your to bissy to care.
It's time for you to open your eyes and relize.
Friends are few and far between.
Keep on abusing me.
This friend won't be seen.
A one sided friendship is the last thing that I need.
Conserened about yourself , Is a sick from of greed.
That's something that I just don't need.

warmed my heard

by

Jessica D. Chisum

I still remember when I was lost
In that dark room so bare and cold
I sill remember how I felt
so alone and full of pain
but day by day
slowly that room begain to change
slowly I started to see
see all the wonderfull thing
that had been around me
slowly I started to see a light
there was a path in my sight
a rush of air warmed my heart
I jumped to a dash
I know this was my one last chance
I remember thinking
It's a path that has a light
this path has to be right
now what can i say
yet agian my life has changed
from day to day I have to say
this time i want to stay
who know it could be this way
so happy and full of life
my families love was the air
the air that warmed my heart
it was me that keep me in the dark
It was me that wouldn't let me see the light
i guess I didnt want to see my life
still I'm not sure why
it's so bright and full of light
family right by my side
from that why would anyone want to hide
I'll always be there by there side
from now tell the day I die
what esle is left to say
I love them guys