Well it just breaks my heart To see you in tears and a Drinking yourself to death Trying to erase the past and Calm your fears… Well I Wish I Could Save You Put my arms around you And take away your pain But I can’t save you if you, If you don’t want to change Still it kills me to see you All hung over from another Night flying higher than a Kite, wasted again and Wasting your life away Digging yourself into an Early grave oh Lord I Wish I Could Save You Put my arms around you And take away your pain But I can’t save you if you, If you don’t want to change I wish I knew what turned You this way but it’s a Mystery to me even tho We’ve been friends for Years and years I can’t Break this chain, I can’t Set you free but… I Wish I Could Save You Put my arms around you And take away your pain But I can’t save you if you, If you don’t want to change No I can’t save you if you’re Not willing to change!
Bo Lanier is from Chattanooga, Tennessee and has become an established poet with five books to his credit that were published in Canada. He received several achievement awards in creative writing through poetry.com and has recently published two eBooks and one paperback book through Lulu.com. After a nine year hiatus, Bo returned to publishing his poems with a new outlook and fresh ideas. His other talents include singing and songwriting.
In the soul of the city, the four wheels, the scream for pity. Mercy screamed louder than her voice. Little girls sleeping promised with their toys. Not even one, the strong, the brave, the soldier, the slave. No one could
I once had two sparkling eyes full of hopes, But the familiar forces made them blind. They made sure to check on my survival frequently, But that was just to butcher my innocence. I cried out loud for help every
A year gone by & just a few days since we met Strong feelings and emotions surfaced With a willingness to connect Unsure if your body or your heart wants more You play the game, you chose to ignore Subtlety