Author: Dawn

Dawn Finamore is an American writer born and raised in the suburbs of the gritty city of Detriot. This grit and grime is what spurned her love for the obscure. Seeing the many sides of the city gave Dawn a fierce love of the dark and mysterious and enabled her to really practice her art of self expression. While spending her formative years concert hopping with her brother and partner in crime, Dawn's obsession for words and the effect they had on a persons soul began to blossom. Known to over analyze any thought and situation, Dawn took to writing everything down in efforts to clear her mind and soul. The well within which the depths of creativity ran were long and deep and she has not stopped writing since.
Paper wings

Paper wings

I could never fly with these paper wings You built me up and made me believe Then put me out like your late night cigarette Just another late night regret

Hemorrhaging

Hemorrhaging

Bleed for me For the tears I cried Bleed For the hundred times you’ve said goodbye Bleed from your soul And then tell me you don’t want me anymore Bleed the emotions and look me straight in the eyes Tell your best lie “it’ll all be alright” You kiss me goodnight And I bleed for …

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Fade to black

Fade to black

You’ll never be a star within my sky You’ve already said your goodbyes Fade to black I don’t want you back But my heart aches to be places I’ve never been Places we will never go again Depths in which we’d never reach For I am no longer the sun to your sky I’m an …

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Kiss Me Goodnight

Kiss Me Goodnight

It was two minutes to midnight as we pulled into the drive Two minutes to midnight and I wanted to kiss you goodbye Awkward silence filled the air Two minutes to midnight we weren’t quite there as I reached for the door You went to speak Two minutes to midnight my heart skipped a beat …

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