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Jessica Hernandez (teardrop)

(Oct.8th 1991 / Oklahoma (Live in Kansas))

Fading


As my eyes close. It all becomes real. The sound of absence yelling softly in my ear. Fading away with the tender touch of his arms. whispering suicide in my ears. In an altered world I think is real confused my mind is no longer real. As he speaks to me I fall in deeper. Surrounded by darkness feeling cold almost dead. Many tender cuts relieve my uncontrollable pain. Closing my eyes to see drips of blood. Open my eyes to see years of pain. Afraid to see whats in front of me. Running to him closing my eyes running blood in this twisted world.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Edited: Friday, April 09, 2010

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