Tara Stano


Fading Away


My world is falling apart
Felt like a bullet in my heart

All this pain I feel inside
I wanna crawl in a hole and hide

Just lay there and cry
Watch my world fade away as I slowly die

Don't know what to believe anymore
Everything you told me is a lie i'm sure

World going dark pain increasing
Can anyone hear me screaming

I gave you every part me
But you never felt the same I see

One thing I regret
is letting you in, your face I wish i'd forget

Here I go
Fading Slow

No place to hide
Deaths arms open up wide

GOODBYE! !

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: pain

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Ddicated to M.L.C.

I thought you loved me, thought you would never lie to me.
My shattered heart is because of you, so this poem I dedicate to you

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