Treasure Island

Jessica LaDuron

(December 15,1993-December 15,1993 / Milwaukee)

HURT


you constantly hurt me with your words
you're always putting me down
so i can't get up anymore.
pushing me into the mud
and telling me to die
i always wanted to die
i know i had to die
but,
i never thought that i cared
to anyone
and you made it impossible to think
that someone, somewhere,
cared wheather i lived or died
i was always being put down
no one cares about me
i should just die now
that coffin i cared a year ago,
will finally do me justice
and i will be able to live a life
even if that means killing it
i am not sure there is even a place
for people like me
i was taught that there was
an afterlife, a heaven
but that only comes to thegood,
people say,
that i never did anything wrong
that it was all his fault
that i was the victom
and that he can't hurt me anymore
with the words and the threats,
that once plaugd my dreams
i've slept so many sleepless nights
even after you...
i wanted to be free
but, if i put my body
6 feet under the ground
my eternal resting place
i would be on my own
and i dont think i can handle that

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2008

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