Treasure Island

Sabrina Menjivar

(4-16-96 / Anahime)

Emo


I where bracelets
black on the left
and a silver one with blue jewls on the right
each one represents something
the black represent the scars I try to cover
the silver one represents love and hope
ii where the silver one to stop cutting
it was given to me as a presint
I where it to remind myself that someone loves me and cares about me
so I don't cut deep
so plz help me from dieing I don't whant to go if someone loves me
so till then I will wait it out

Submitted: Sunday, December 27, 2009

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