No Reason To Care

(9/4/94 / Somewhere)

~ STOP~


I know how you feel
trust me I know
but just because you don't
like your pain to show
doesn't mean I don't see

I see the look of torture and pain
hiding behind a false smile
I see the stab of sorrow
when you hear your sisters name
I see the real you
when you let down your guard

so I have one question to ask
Why are you trying so hard?

our emotions make us human
we don't like it but its true
so please don't do this to yourself
be the real you

stop pretending
to laugh, smile, and play
let a tear shed
let your emotions spray
stop holding it together
because no matter what
goes on in your head
not a single person
wishes you were dead! !

Submitted: Monday, May 18, 2009

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