Treasure Island

Ben mcelfresh

(10-3-89 / Germany)

My Reason


Looking down at the floor
seeing the blood stains.
I see the razors lying around
I can't believe who i used to be.

You've changed the way i look at life
It's been twelve years of depression
But who'da thought everything would change
the day i met you.

Though nearly two years ago
and depression still overwhelmed me.
The night we got together
my life changed forever.

I hope to spend my life
with you... the one I truly love.
To ever lose you
would be to lose my life.

Every bad time I went through
you were there for me.
You are the reason I'm still alive
You are my reason for living.
I Love You.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 21, 2011

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