Amy Kerswell

(04 06 1987 / Bath UK)

Im hurting


Pain hammers away at my hart.
Am I like a broken peice of tart?
Im hurting inside.

Im hurting so bad.
Its driving me mad.
To the brink of insainty.

I hurt.
But dont let on.
That its not what I make out.
Cant let them see the signs.
My lifes near its end.

I hurt I really do hurt
I cant hide it undere a shirt.
Im hurting im hurting.

Riding this rollercoaster of emotions.
Its a heck of a bumpy ride.
But I no longer can hide.

Im hurting Im hurting.
The pain inside my hart.
This pain is breaking me.

Nothing is perfect.
Its not glorious.
Its a life
I never wanted to lead.

Im hurting I hurt
Someone please extend your arms.
Pull me in for a hug.
Pull me out of my misery.

Im hurting.
I really am hurting
I hurt like I never hurt before

Submitted: Tuesday, December 26, 2006
Edited: Thursday, December 16, 2010
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