Treasure Island

qendresa ulaj

(9.12.1990 / kosovo)

hell


i konw im living there
the hell i can smell
i know is here
and demons remind me im in hell

im burning inside
i cant go out
im in the hell
that doesent serve me well

you made my life like this
you gave me that damn kiss
you looked me with your fucking eyes
and poisoned me with lies

now i can feel the hell around me
a hell that doesnt let me free
a hell thats for me too hot
a hell that smells blood

a hell where demons decide
who's in or who's out
they are all filled with hate
the hate that you create

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 21, 2011

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  • Rina Ilazi (6/10/2010 4:45:00 AM)

    you must have felt really bad since you've compared your feelings with 'hell'.
    i like it! (Report) Reply

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