Treasure Island

Faustina Marie

(2/2/1996 / Ontario, California)

For Ever More


I know it.
I know the pain that weighs you down
The dark heavy chain ensnaring your heart
And weaving around all your limbs
Dragging you lower with each and every hour

I've felt it.
The deep gray fog that holds you captive
And filters out what once brought you joy,
That tangible sorrow who taints your perception
Of the same world that once enthralled you

I have fought it.
The tears the hurt the lies
They only make it worse, enabling the blackness
To shroud you ever more

You have to find the fight
The will to resist the pain
Find the distant glimpse of light
And know you will some day feel joy again

Stay strong my friend
I'll help you find the way

Submitted: Tuesday, November 08, 2011
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