Ashley Kolakowski


Crashes


Going 90 miles per hour down the road,
Tears rushing down my face,
Begging to just die
Music on full blast.
All these thoughts rushing through my head,
Death, sadness, pain, freedom, hate.
Just cant take life anymore.
I scream,
I give up
I throw my care over the bridge.
As im falling,
I laugh.
I am free.
No more sadness.
I take my last breath,
As my car falls in the water,
And I drown

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 18, 2013

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