Bianca Baier

Rookie (April 6,1990 / Mesa Arizona)

Im Leaving


im leaving today,
this is my last goodbye.
im goint to bleed,
so say ur goodbye's

cutting so deep into my heart,
it dus nuthing.
try to cumit suicide,
they saved me. why i will never know.

im leaving today,
leaving to chang ur life.
i wont ever cum back,
so u dont have to worry.
U'll have a better life.

cut my wrist, to make it bleed,
i justd bleed, why am i still here.
banging my head to split it open,
it just leaves big nots in my head.

i just wont to go,
no one will know.
it would do good for everyone,
if i was not here.

cutting so deep,
i just bleed and bleed.
i dont wont to go through the pain,
but i go through it every day.

it is not easy to forget,
about my stupidity.
i still have the scarse from it,
to remind me every day.

im leaving today,
but dont know when.
i just wont to be gone,
and not ever cum back.

i just wont to go,
leave dis f***ed up life.
just wont to die,
and not ever cum back.

so dis is my last goodbye.


BYE

Submitted: Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Edited: Thursday, December 04, 2008
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