Treasure Island

Kayla Jacobs


Broken Heart


take the knife
drive it deep
watch me as i scream
blood pools around
dont stop
it might hurt
if you hate me then dont stop
make me feel the pain from within
as you cut across my skin
blood makes me weak so
your mercy wont make me plead
leave me screaming in the dark
as your pencil leaves its mark
i wish you only knew
you cant do upon me what you cant undo
cut me as you wish
slice my skin into ribbons
blood like a fountain
for you cannot make me feel
the pain in your broken heart

Submitted: Sunday, March 23, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

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