LOST PRINCESS


I Just Want To Get Out - Poem by LOST PRINCESS

i ask simple questions
and you staple a 'no' to my back
you place so many restrictions, so why dont you
staple those to my back?
my blood soaked tshirt is
stapled to my back,
for every 'no' for every restriction
Take another one of my teenage years
To keep all for yourself
Staple that to my back
Take another year
That's going by too fast
the happiest time of my life
is supposed to be now
but i'm looking forward to
getting out and
Picking the staples out of my back
and climbing out of the hellhole
Theres a staple for your back
i ask simple questions
and staple them to your back
so they can wait to be answered
Whether the reality be
truth or fact
You're making me miserable, you see
i'll ask more and more questions, just to seek revenge
because it is such a good feeling
REVENGE
It's gonna happen sooner or later
STAPLE THAT ONE TO YOUR BACK

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Comments about I Just Want To Get Out by LOST PRINCESS

  • Rookie Sebastine Humaemo (12/17/2008 10:00:00 AM)

    can feel the pain and miserable life of yours cos of those staple notes on ur bck......for some revenge is not worthy....for some revenge s sweet.....i don know whats in your mind about revenege....guess you waiting for a sweet revenge too.......i can say just think bfre takin a revenge....

    .................but altogthr poem was simply cool........nicely penned with emotions and tears mixed n it....sebastine....10+.... (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie - 61 Points Dislocated Heart (12/3/2008 11:12:00 AM)

    I've always been told, 'Revenge' is never good... so why do you plan on it?

    I say.. Live with what you got.. cuz some dont have anything at all.
    when your wings have grown, then fly, leave all sorrow behind..
    and better days to grow. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 3, 2008



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