Treasure Island

Evy Moore

(september 2 1990 / Laurel Hill)

Do You Love Me Now

do you love me now I'm choking on a drug
do you love me now all i want is just a hug
do you love me now I'm cutting for the pain
do you love me now I'm drying up the stain

do you love me now I'm suicidal see
do you love me now or will you let me be
do you love me now I'm picking up the knife
do you love me now or should i end my life

Submitted: Friday, October 06, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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  • Leo Lopes (10/9/2006 11:07:00 PM)

    Hey this is a well written piece of work... I liked the honesty about it and the thing that makes it so frightening are the unspoken words.. things that are too vivid 4 poems...

    Peace to you my friend
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  • Gabby Blount (10/9/2006 12:13:00 PM)

    Now that is a cooooool ass poem. keep up the good work. I love you so don't pick a knife. Holla back (Report) Reply

  • Chandan Roy (10/6/2006 1:15:00 PM)

    Your words frightens..... Do not pick the knife... I suggest you use your talented words - they can kill.... beleive me they have the power to kill.... you write beautifully! ! ! I like the style of expression, the message is delivered, undoubtedly! I could not help anything less than a 10 here, it deserved a little more though! (Report) Reply

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