nina ...


know and feel.


i hope you feel it in
your heart and your head

i hope you remember
all the words you said

i hope you dont regret
all you did

i hope you know
you had the highest bid

i hope you know it
didnt have to be you

i hope you know you couldve
shut up and been through

i hope you feel it here
and there

i hope you know i hate
the mask you wear

i hope you know how
karma feels

i hope you know it hurts
before the blood spills

i hope you know that
its way too late

i hope you know i already
set the date

i hope you imagine how
its going to be done

i hope you dont
try to run

i hope you know its going to
hurt you more than me

i hope you realize
this is how it has to be

i hope it takes more
than one

i hope you know that
i won

i hope you feel the first
bullet in your heart

i hope you know this is
just the start.

Submitted: Friday, April 16, 2010

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  • Rookie Samuel Pennell (4/16/2010 11:03:00 PM)

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