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Pamela Hamilton


The Pain Ends Here


Broken tears belongs with a broken heart
Along with the fears of everything falling apart.
The pain in this life is to hard to handle
As I cut my wrist in the light of a candle.
My world is spinning out of control
And now I'm stuck in this dark, black hole.
Please help, can't anyone save me?
Why wont anyone come to my plea?
I can't handle this pain any more
I might as well die on this hard cold floor.
Where is my angel when I need her most?
I have noticed she is never at her normal post.
Tears role down my white, stone cold face
As all the blood comes out so I can leave this painful place.
Now I can finally lay down and rest
For my heart no longer beats inside my chest.
Even though I'm gone, I still regret it all
But, no one ever came to my defenseless call.
I no longer suffer any more
I'm better off now then I was before.
I'm sorry for all that I have done
But I finally realized I could have never won.
Now every thing ends here tonight
As I walk down the road toward the bright white light.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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