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Carla Kitts

Rookie (April,5th 1996 / Pasco, Washington)

Help Me


I'm alone again
To my loneliness and my pain I won't be giving in
I will survive
I will stay alive
This is just another war
I'm waiting, waiting, oh, I'm waiting for God to open another door
Drowning I might be
But no one can save me
The loneliness is almost more then I can bare
But it's not like anyone could ever even care
I'm in a frozen hell
And no one cares from what I can tell
The one I love so far away
Not that I can ever let him stay
Not when I am this way
Every single day
Some days I just want to cry
Other days I simply long to die
Dark thought and feelings swimming in my head
At when I'm laying alone in my bed
Who can save me from this internal fight?
Who can help me back to the light?
Some one help me, some one please try to save me
Someone teach me how to be happy
Oh I want to learn
How to control the feeling that inside me burn
Help me, Save me, Teach me, Please, Please don't leave me
Drowning here in my misery

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012

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