Treasure Island

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With a lack of oxygen
Rammed down my throat
I can't breathe, I can't speak
I cannot make a squeak

I'm chocking on nothing
It's all I ever get give
It's all I ever provide
It's all I ever find

It's all that I have and
There's so much of it
This vaccum is enermous
Don't believe there's a way out

Can't move for nothing
Can't see through nothing
A void so thick it fogs my vision
The emptiness blocks my path

My head's so dark
I'm quite delerious
There are little voices
They are saying nothing
I think there is a man
He is not doing much

Blackness stands in the way
I am equipped with no light
But may aswell join with it
Become one with nothing
I'll accept It
I'll give in
I am nothing tonight

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014

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