Karissa Earley

(october 18,1993 / cambridge ohio)

Coma


He had the hands,
That held my heart.
He had the decision,
So he ripped it apart.

Little pieces,
Too small to hold.
One small lie,
I was left to mold.

Drink away the sorrow,
Fight away the pain.
But everyday,
I go a little more insane.

Inside my head,
I forget the world outside.
But no matter what,
This pain I can't hide.

Inside this coma,
I'm dead.
He never loved me,
No matter what he said.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Edited: Sunday, November 04, 2012
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