Davon Montgomery

(1991- / Baltimore, Maryland)

How I Feel


Everyday I feel so cold and empty
Pretending to be happy
Fearing if I shed a tear everyone may know my fears

Always walking with my head down to the ground
Always praying to the Lord
Praying for a better day
Hopping someday I will see my father

Maybe someday I’ll be glad
Feeling unwanted and not loved
Being treated like a bum off the streets
People walk by like they don’t see me

Wanting to kill myself is all I ever think of
Crying is all I can do
Sitting up all night wondering if someone loves me
Feeling deep down inside like someone is looking for me

All I ever think about is dieing
Sometimes I wonder why my life is a living hell
Faking a smile is all I ever do
Why can’t I just die?

Every night I always cry
Wondering why my life ant what it use to be
It feels like I’m slowly dieing deep down inside
Everyday my heart break’s little by little piece by piece.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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