Diego Adrian Manriquez

Rookie (6/30/1993 / California)

De's Shead


Blue lips that kill,
Every time we touch,
I feel,
The light is getting brighter,
And I can’t see whats ahead,
Hold on to my hope,
I know its all that I’ve got,
And Its keeping me from falling,
And never getting back up,
So I have enough of these games,
Now that you’re gone I’ll never be the same,
Try to forget your name,
It bring too much pain,
Grey skin that shines,
Under the moonlight,
If I saw it 14 years ago I would scream in fright,
You lost all of your sight, smell, and now it feels like a living hell,
Welcome to my world I’ve felt this way,
Since the day you took it from me,
And crushed all of my dreams,
Your hair is wearing thin,
And turning white.

Submitted: Monday, November 07, 2011
Edited: Monday, November 07, 2011
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