Treasure Island

Gabriella Franco

(9.8.91)

And I Never Thought I'd Feel So Alone


and i thought i'd never be so alone

in my head, im all on my own

i thought this would be good for us

but the memories seem so relentless

tearing at my inner soul

I never have felt so alone

because i need this, to be away from you

but my heart is empty without love for you

I feel so numb, so desperate

it seemed like the right thing to end it

but then, i did think i'd make new friends

i believed it was a beginning, not an end

I wanted friends, glory, and fame

But now I don't find love the same

i thought i was inspired thought i could make it

I've discovered that i just want to quit

Life, love, this path i chose

all seems so silly now that I'm on my own

My future, my past, my present is dead

There are swarms of confusion stuck in my head

and then i find my life is unknown

And i never thought I'd be so alone

Submitted: Thursday, December 04, 2008

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