Lost

Iyanna Lewis
Lost Iyanna Lewis is a fifteen year old Brooklyn native. She always had a knack for writing and got an award for it at a young age. Lyanna started writing poetry in her freshman year of high school, mainly because she chose to write in that style for a presentation about a book by Sherman Alexie, and that was what drove her to continue poetry. She is a total bookworm and enjoys reading fantasy, sci-fi, and action/adventure. Thanks to Writopia, she’s become a bit more open with her work and even started to write stories.

“A piece of me is gone, severing the soul that is truly me
It’s like I’m a stranger to myself”

          

Don’t know where to go
I’m lost, but not found
No solid ground, just walking around
Will I ever find a purpose?
I’m lost, but not found
I need help, but no one’s around
Will I ever find a purpose?
A piece of me is gone, severing my true soul
I need help, but no one’s around
I need to find a path, a road, something!
A piece of me is gone, severing the soul that is truly me
It’s like I’m a stranger to myself
I need to find a path, a road, something!
The future that awaits me is a blank slate
It’s like I’m a stranger to myself
I know nothing about me, and I don’t remember my past
The future that awaits me is a blank slate
I have no value
I know nothing about me, and I don’t remember my past
I’m just a wandering vessel in space with no sense of direction
I have no value
Don’t know where to go
I’m just a wondering vessel in space with no sense of direction
No solid ground, just walking around

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