Treasure Island

Madison Parnell

(04/20/96 / Alabama)

One More


one more please.
getting weak in the knees.
dizzy in my head.
now. give me my med.

one more will help.
help this. help myself.
help me forget.
not sure if i can make it.

one more to easy my pain
so i stay sane.
keep me from thinking
and my heart from sinking

one more so i am numb
a monster i wont become
ease my stress
i wont be depressed

one more just to last
to keep me away from my past
pain leaves my body
only thing that can help me

one more maybe two
only thing left to do
escape this world again
happiness comes now and then

one more will get me through
any gossip that was untrue
please just a few more
i need it. this feeling i cant ignore.

one more please
its all for this disease
i just cant stop
make it stop.

one more than before
got plenty in the drawer
i cant do this anymore
please. just one more.

Submitted: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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