robert james davis

Rookie (28/11/1981 / yeovil)

depressed not dieing...


When was it or have you never realised that nothing makes you happy in this world,
You could have all the money an all the love in this world but what would make me happy I ask? Because life is not worth living miserable as sin an my happiness can not last in my conscience within, I may think that I’m strong although I know I am not when happiness is not in my hart, I could have it all but what is that worth when all I really crave for, is someone to love me to have an to hold me and make me happy once more. but is this the truth am I really in pain or am I just selfish an lying again or can it be true I lost my happiness with you an today I feel like dieing, because the pain in my hart just wont go away and I’m emotionally exhausted from trying. And the tears I have cried have left my eyes dry an I still cant sleep for trying, but please don’t be mad because I am sad I will continue trying, for the happiness I seek is always just out of reach, look I’m just depressed not dying…

Submitted: Saturday, July 25, 2009

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