Treasure Island

Lovely Kayla Bear

(06-15-92 / PA)

Darkness


I feel so low anymore
the harder I try to pull myself back
the further I fall deeper down
the black fills my eyes
all I see is darkness and I feel pain
The darkness is consuming me
I try so hard to be happy
the happiness just makes the darkness worse
I sit and cry every day wondering if its worth living anymore
the one I love says I worth life but he,
doesn't understand how depressed I am
the darkness makes me feel dead already so,
I must say good bye to my dreadful life
so the crying and black shade over my life so
I can truely be happy

Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012
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