Double A P SS

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All I Want is The Pain


Locked away...
All I want is the pain
...in a cotton box
All I want is the hurt
Unable to strangle...
All I want is to bleed
...myself
All I want is to break
The bones, the heart
Locked away in a cotton box
All I want is the life that was promised to me
The opportunity to suffer among the others
Instead I’m trapped in a lie
Unable to strangle and hold my breath
I want to bleed, plant a seed
All I want is to discover new ways to hurt myself
All I want is the adventure of what is living in insanity

Submitted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Edited: Saturday, August 13, 2011

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