Treasure Island

Lil Love Goddess vs. Angel of Death

I Give Up On Life

A tear silently creeps down my cheek
I'm completely vulnerable and weak
Time slowly lingers by
I'm a second closer to die
My heart pumps cold lifeless blood
I gave up on life, when my tears caused a flood
I stopped caring, when my heart began to shatter
I ceased smiling, when I couldn't find laughter
Every moment wasted is another moment to think
Between me and this world there is no link
Creativity is a gift you'd better not waste
Never drink the sweetness of sin; It has an addicting taste
All of my life, told the same old think
Given up on life because it's just a repetitious ring
A tear silently creeps down my cheek
I refuse to open my mouth and speak
I still debate on using this knife
I give up on life


Submitted: Monday, October 11, 2010

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