Deadly Sacrifice

(September 6,1996. / Neverland)

I wouldn't be sorry anymore


I'm sorry for living
I'm sorry for breathing
I'm sorry for cutting
I'm sorry for bleeding

I'm sorry for what I have done
I'm sorry for what I am going to do
I'm sorry for believing and trusting in you

I'm sorry for crying
I'm sorry for being
I'm sorry for loving
I'm sorry for fleeing

I'm sorry I'm not what you wanted,
and that I was born.
I wish you could see the real me.
Then maybe... I wouldn't be sorry anymore.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Edited: Sunday, March 14, 2010

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