Categories
The Poetry Bar

Carousels and Dreams

“I’m losing my days trapped inside a maze.
I’m burning ablaze and going insane.
So tonight I’ll be with no one but me.
I’m losing my dreams and losing my sleep.
‘Round and ’round in circles.
They go ’round and ’round in circles.
 A carousel of dreams
spinning out of me.
I’m hearing to clock, the ticking, tock.
I’m closing my lock, I’m tying my knot.
I’m soaking my tears, I’m hiding my fears.
I’m hating my years. I’m breaking my mirrors.
But I don’t wanna give up.
No, I don’t wanna give up.
I don’t wanna give up. . .
‘Round and ’round in circles.
They go ’round and ’round in circles.
 A carousel of dreams
spinning out of me.
A carousel.”
my blog is called writingwithstrangers.com

I am an amateur writer from New York. I try to blend both emotion and attention to mechanics, such as rhyme and meter. My favorite part of WordPress is the connection you can get with other writers, which is why I named my blog Writing With Strangers.

3 replies on “Carousels and Dreams”

Reblogged this on Writing With Strangers and commented:
Hi Everyone. I recently submitted a new poem of mine to a blog called “Luna.” If you don’t know, they often feature guest posts and I’m happy they posted mine as well. I hope you check it out!

“Carousels and Dreams”

Leave a Reply