Treasure Island

jacqueline munson

Dead and Gone

i am drowning in your blood
that you poured over my soul
forgotten memories fade
never again to uncover the mysteries behind them again
in this fire that surrounds us now
lost forever in your sea of shadows
cant breath your suffocating me
cause without you i'll die
laying here in a bed of roses
in a box never meant to be opened again
your lost in what you couldnt find
butt when you accualy start to listen
you find that i loved you
i never ment to hurt you
never ment to let you go
so i watch you grieve in the sadness you left me in
casue thats what i am

Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011
Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011
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