Stephanie Dunne


Im Lost

Yet theres so many people out there
And they say their there to help
And to listen to me
But with everything going on
I just can not believe them
All I feel is emptiness, sadness
My innocence was swept away and now its gone forever
And all that is left is feelings of being lost
And blood on my wrists
Each time I want to cut deeper but I want to stop at the same time
I don’t want to feel so lost and I want my family to understand
But they never do……

So with that lost feelling and that loneliness
I grab the sharpist object
I cry to my self and say I feel lost, I hate myself
And I hate everything to do with me
I want to stop hurting myself
But I don’t know how to
Maybe I deserve it
And maybe im meant to be lost
But I want it to stop but don’t know how to make it stop……

Please help please
I just want to disappear
No one would ever notice that I was gone
And I will not be lost anymore.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 05, 2008
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