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Wendy Gomez

Rookie (August 19,1993 / Ruidoso, New Mexico)

Nothing Face


Is it ok?
Am I ok?
After what you did to me... nothing matters anymore
Theres probably no pain that hurts as much as this one
Atleast you didnt break my heart because it wasn't whole to begin with
Life's coloure has faded
Death's briliance is sharper than ever
Volume is blurry
Life is pointless
Love is suicide
Death is convincing
Doom is aproaching
White noise is a sound that is as blank as my mind
Meaning is no where to be found and neither is my heart
So should I care?
What for? , I always end up killing myself for you
As if you diserved anything from me
Maybe a stab, a cut, or a bruise but thats all
Life's mute
Meaning dimmed down
Feelings gone blurry
Simple things dissapeared
I'm simply a nothingface...

Submitted: Friday, February 01, 2008
Edited: Sunday, June 27, 2010

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