Treasure Island

claire bear


Alone


-alone without you, sitting in shame, feeling unloved, alone, and scared wishing that it wouldn't have ended but it is to late i can't get you back because you have moved on
-alone in the world where nobody understands why i cry, they watch me fall apart and then walk away, they laugh at how much i cry they think it's funny losing the person you love and never want to let go

-alone in my house with siccours in my hands while i slit my wrist wishing this pain would end wishing you where here holding me in your arms wishing i wouldn't feel this pain, wishing the hurt would go away

-alone in the hospital sitting in shame and pain then all of the sudden you are standing in the door way saying how much you love me and how sorry you are for leaving me and you say how you where trying to protect me from getting hurt but yo realized you where hurting me by leaving me

-i thought being alone was all i would know but now i realize i was never alone i realize you where always with me in my heart

Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2012
Edited: Friday, June 22, 2012
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