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Poem: She Hopes the Sun Comes Up

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Poem Summary

She hopes the sun comes up is a poem about when life gets her down. Her heart is broken. All her dreams are shattered leaving her trapped in a nightmare. She cannot find a lifeline to crawl away. She hopes the sun rises before she is lost forever with no light to give her peace.

"Away From The Sun" by 3 Doors Down

"She Hopes The Sun Comes Up"

She struggles to wake up
from this nightmare,
that has her trapped,
sleepwalking inside this illusion
that keeps her captive.

Sitting alone, in the middle
of a horror show,
with no life line
to help her crawl away.

She hopes the sun comes up,
waking her before she is lost in the darkness
with no light
to give her peace.

"It's Not My Time" by 3 Doors Down

© 2019 BRENDA ARLEDGE

Comments

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on July 06, 2021:

Vidya

Thank you.

It is hard to pull oneself out of the turmoil and sadness when his heart is broken.

The light, hopefully comes from God's hand showing him the way.

Have a great day gal.

VIDYA D SAGAR on July 06, 2021:

A touching poem Brenda. When one's heart is broken and dreams are shattered, life is like a nightmare from which we want to wake up. Waiting for the sun and daylight to bring some relief, so relatable. Good one.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on July 06, 2021:

Manatita

Thank you.

I'm glad you liked this one...I enjoyed writing it.

We always need that light.

Have a wonderful day.

manatita44 from london on July 06, 2021:

A beauty here, Brenda. Funny how we always know we need the Light, yet reject it most. Nice lines:

'sleepwalking inside this illusion

that keeps her captive.' - Brenda

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on July 05, 2021:

When it feels like you cannot go on

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on March 05, 2021:

Sleepwalking in an illusion that keeps her captive.

BRENDA ARLEDGE (author) from Washington Court House on February 17, 2021:

Hoping to find a lifeline

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