Treasure Island

david mitchell

(11/8/94 / blah-blah/New York)

Hide, find, see, want, and die


Hiding behind smiles and laughter
Hiding behind caring eyes and listing ears

Finding it no use to try anymore
Finding it no use to care anymore

Seeing it impossible to have future
Seeing it impossible to live my dreams

Wanting to have a shoulder to cry on
Wanting to have a hand to hold

Dieing to see if I'll fit in and be accepted
Dieing to see if I'll find hope to go on

Submitted: Thursday, December 11, 2008
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