Treasure Island

Adryan Bates


Good bye


This is me saying good bye
Ill miss you with my every cell
For you, with every tear, ill cry
And for you, I have to excel

You beat me up,
So id grow strong
You pushed me down,
So id know how to get up
And not stay down too long
And now you’re gone
And I can’t remember
How… to get up

But all I have to do
Is remember superman
The hero who always knew
What I should do
And that hero was you
And for your guidance
I want to say thank you

Cause id be lost with out it
Probably in my room still
Throwing fits with my wrist slit
But no you said I was better than that
You said that, every time we had a chat

Superman has died and with him I went
The part of me that was still weak
Ill never again be afraid to speak
Or not clean my room or rather my tomb
Cause now, this boy bud has bloomed

Thanks to you my only brother
I have become a man
And thanks to you brother
I know how to stand

I love you Chris

Submitted: Sunday, February 11, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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  • James Casey (4/20/2011 5:01:00 PM)

    Been there a couple of times my self, It is what make us write.

    good expression

    Jim (Report) Reply

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