Kasondra Sytnik


Nightmares


As I watch you slit your wrist, I see the blood flow out
I sneek a peek at you arms and just imagine how much pain is in there
The pain I see is not the pain inside
I watch you suffer and makes me worried sick

As the pain and suffering increases, I see you getting worse
Now your going to try to burn youself and have me watch
Your slowly killing me inside when I hear you suffering
I cry out for help but you don't want it

I can hear your pain now, its getting louder
You tried hanging yourself, for what purpose
Now your dead, a part of me is now missing
As I watch you hang there lifeless, I imagine a life so much better

I go to your funneral and cry till I'll die
As I wish to see you, my only love, it kills to see you white
Your dress looked so nice on you and it tried to cover your neck
But sadly, it didn't, I could see every mark

I lie in bed that night, dreaming of what could be
Realizing I'm lying next to you, I overdosed
I can see us lying next to each other as a pair, we were meant for each other
And that is it, the story of our lives come to an end with each of our hand touching

Submitted: Saturday, July 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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