Treasure Island

Lauren Phillips

(March 16th,1990 / Raleigh, NC)

Here You Go


a holiday for you
a break from insanity
a path away from lies
but it's only a holiday on your end
'cause i have thoughts that give me goosebumps
and dreams that aren't worthy of being called dreams
i wish for pain from a razorblade
i cry invisable tears
i'm keeping a relationship together
with pieces of paper and pen
i've decided to trust no one
yet still say what is on my mind
only one person can trust and believe me
and them, i try to trust
so everyday i will go on
with goosebumps
dreaming those 'dreams'
wanting the pain from a razorblade
and i will most likely
keep crying
these invisable tears
2*21*06

Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2006

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