Vathalia Mae

Rookie (5/12/1995 / Virginia)

The Effect


Darkness turns into night
And that's when I do what I know is not exactly right
I let it out
It's like a bad habbit
But I can't help it
I just wanna scream and shout

I'm in that mood
My inner thoughts are so crude
I sit unprotected on my bed
And let the dark thoughts roll right out like a spool of wanton thread
I have no feeling so i'm as good as dead
For without u I lose my freaking head

Once the animal comes out
I don't even wanna shout
I let it all drain
And suddenly there's a slight pain
It's like a venom
And then i'm fighting against them

The poison is strong and it won't let go
I sway back, too and fro
The blood drips down my wrist
Across the exact spot that u once kissed
It's too much so I stop
And watch the blood drop
And drop
Hence, just like that it's over and i'm back in my head
Tonight I will not join the dead

Submitted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013
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