Norman Möschter

I sing my song

I sing my song with all the strength,
that i can muster.
I am too far away from where
I would like to be.

My song rolls deep and down the hill,
sparkling with luster.
I am singing because it's the world
I would like to see.

Somebody must hear, somebody, please!

I sing of children yet unborn
of hope that ever was forlorn.
I sing for blossoms on the tree -
and sometimes I sing for me.

If ever were my words to be carried
to your ears and they understood.
Please, would you send a heart full of love,
cause I am done with hearts full of wood.
I am done, they have hurt me a lot.

So, I still sing and I won't stop.
My song still carries all my sorrow.
As long as I can carry on
I also will be here tomorrow.


All rights belong to its author. It was published on by demand of Norman Möschter.
Published on on 01.05.2014.


De auteur


Comments of our readers (1)

Show all reader comments!

Your opinion:

Our authors and would like to hear your opinion! But you should comment the Poem/Story and not insult our authors personally!

Please choose

Previous title Previous title

Does this Poem/Story violate the law or the submission rules?
Please let us know!

Author: Changes could be made in our members-area!

More from category"Droefheid" (Poems)

Other works from Norman Möschter

Did you like it?
Please have a look at:

I'd love to be - Norman Möschter (Gevoelen)
Apocalypse now - Heino Suess (Droefheid)
Winter Day - Inge Offermann (Algemeen)