Treasure Island

The Princess


For what is my purpose?


For what purpose do I have now?
silence inside the home
never thought I would be so alone
my spirit continuously fading
replacing the loving with the hating
I tried so hard to make it lovely
but I couldn't make it work
and the years of disappointment
led to a build up of hurt
I grew no more...halted by your touch
everything I had to give...
sucked up!
You kept me down....chaos always around...
longing for a new begin
cause together we will never win
now.... no more fighting anymore
I no longer wish to be your floor!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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