Treasure Island

Annie Juliet

(11-06-1987 / India)

HANGING! ! ! ! !


Hanging! ! no where to go...
Hanging! ! no where to hide...
Hanging! ! feeling low in heart...
Hanging! ! no life to life..
My life hung itself to death! ! ! !

Hanging cos Pretending to smile always
Hanging cos I need to force a grin..
Hanging cos no one to relay on.
Hanging cos world spins upside down for me..
My life hung itself to death! ! ! !

Hanging cos! ! ! you broke my heart forever
Hanging cos! ! ! they back stabbered me
Hanging cos! ! ! I still live wit no life..
Hanging cos! ! ! I don know wat to do..
My life hung itself to dealth! ! ! !

Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009
Edited: Thursday, December 17, 2009

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  • Dinesh Mukherji (12/17/2009 4:26:00 AM)

    annie julliet, you hanging write is too good, and hanging is hung why death, try to live after death. A life eternal of course the poem is good. (Report) Reply

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