Averry lindstrom

(10-30-92 / warren pa)

alone with you


I am alone i this place staring at your pitful face i hate it here you give me so much fear i came to you and look what you do I am alone again as always im alone i hate my fear im tired of all my fears i hate it here i hate this fear i wanted you to stay and this is what i have to say iloveu i hate you, you left me alone again im tired of being alone why do you hate me?
is this an answer ill never see
you hurt me(inside) you made me bleed
do you know what your love is doing to me
iam afraid
i am alone
im always alone
WHERE are you

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2008

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