Treasure Island

Akilleas Sideous

(07/22/92 / new orleans)

half eaten heart


bite after bite piece by piece as chunks fall off i lose conchesness and fall into a deep deression i still haven't learned my lesson my past aggressions and all my confessions all mean nothing i still feel alone and just want to go home mentally physically and emotionally to return to a place of my own grace to be left alone with my runaway heart its like blood art just with my heart im never happy never sad only mad smile a pinch you'll need a winch carry me away like the sunlight a-ray see through me like the clearest day my half eaten heart now watch me fall apart

Submitted: Thursday, August 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 16, 2013

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