Treasure Island

Megan Hieronimus

(September 15.1990 / Portland, OR)

In And Out Of Love


Walking through the deep
holding on to something steep
trying not to yell
hoping to reach the wall
all your hopes are crushed
when everyone has touched
and your left to die
hoping your not falling
hoping your not stalling

everyone trys to help
but your all on your own
no one who truly cares
no one who want to love
only those who wish
to kill the love in you

trying to love
everyone dies
the lack of trust
the stack of lies
trying to take everything
worth anything

seeking to kill anyone
seeking to spill everything
hoping that you'll never fail
always wishing
never getting
falling in and out of love

Submitted: Thursday, May 22, 2008

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