Treasure Island

playdough person


guess what surprise
my nana is on my side
mom signed me over
so she has me no longer
mom goes home tomorrow
and i'll be free
she will finally be rid of me
i'll have my own room
we've talk to the landlord to
i've got to take a trip to town
got to get a job, no matter how soon it sounds
i'm somewhat worried
mom leaves in the moning
she will again corner me
i know what she'll do to me
i spent five days in the hospital
mom was there all but one day
she told me your dads not dead
you have no clue how badi wanted to smash her head
i got to go fo now, i'll try to updat everyone
i need to see if i can be alone

Submitted: Friday, April 02, 2010

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