Ryko Angel

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Slowly Dying

Im slowly dying
from the pain
from the poison you have givin me running threw my vain
im holdin on to life
as your standing over my body with a knife
you start to cut my wrist
slowly as they begin to bleed
crying and screaming i start to plead
i ask you to stop
but you begin to continue
no sorrow or hurt was in you
blood following on the ground
you werent listen not even making a sound
i ask for help
as i began to welp
i could see the fire threw your crystal eyes
but all you told me in the past were lies
you said you love me and would never hurt me
but you lied you lied.
im disappointed
i slowly begin to faint
as i see my skin turning pale
maybe it was a spell
you were killin me or making me suffer?
hoping i there was not another
i see the tears start to run down your cheeks
as myblood slowly leaks
its the end of my life
becuz only of a knife
its my time to go
as my life starts to fade slow

bye bye
i say quietly
my life is gone
its all done
ive done my time
its your crime.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2008

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