Treasure Island

shonie Griffin

(Caldwell Idaho)

Alone


Here I am.
The dark settles in,
Reminds me I'm alone.
Ghosts of my past haunt me today,
I truly just want to go home.
Separated from my life today,
Barred from my destiny,
Wasn't meant to be my fate,
How could this happen to me?
I was going to sparkle,
I was meant to shine,
The only question
Remaining today,
Why did I do that line?
Crystal she cried out to me.
She swore I'd be ok.
She would never leave me,
She was here to stay.
She made me feel so special
Gave me such a high,
She made me not care as much,
Until she made me die.

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014

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