Little Voice

The Invisible

Life is never just silent

No it's full of wonders plundered with violent

Walks in with tear filled eyes

Brave to let out inner cries

A smile can change a day

Sometimes there's no words to say

Unknown of the pain behind the mask

Inner voice only wishes to ask

This world is undoubtedly rough

Was the effort enough

Living with that regret

Yet time can ease the fret

Won't forget the girl in the corner

Wonder what finally torn her

Now asking her that question, there's no way

But really can anyone ever truly say they're okay?  

  • Author: The Invisible (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 2nd, 2017 15:47
  • Comment from author about the poem: I wrote this because that day I had regret. The regret was I didn't turn around. I've had a lot of those in my whole life and it just made me wonder, yes I will have some of those regrets that I didn't turn around when I really wanted too but I also know now that even with regrets sometimes they weren't as heartbreaking as I thought they were.
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  • Bibbeck

    Good stuff! You're not so 'invisible'. Regrets are good for building your character, just don't keep them carried on your shoulders though. Keep being inspired to write.


    WELCOME FRIEND ~ Thanks for you first poem ~ full of rhyme & rhythm but a nostalgic message "The road not taken !" We all have regrets ~ almost each day ~ about thing we did and didn't do or say. But Yesterday's gone ~ my Friend ~ Tomorrow may never be mine ~ Help me today ~ Show me the way ~ one step at a time ! Every Blessing as you move through life ~ Thinking of you ~ Yours BRIAN (UK). Please check my Poems ~ Thanks B.

    • The Invisible

      I will brian you're super cheery. Wished people could have that same quality

    • MaddieJ

      Really loved this poem. It reminds me of a time I once had......

      • The Invisible

        Thank you, and I'm sorry if it brought up memories..

        • MaddieJ

          Haha its good to learn from your past so it's ok!

        • Michael Edwards

          Glad I looked in - a great write and hope to see more.

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