Allian Bern Fuentes

Rookie (December 12,1995 / Tambulig, Zamboanga Del Sur)

What I Have Become

Questions are running in my mind
Should I look behind
Sinking slowly from my tears
Facing alone my fear

It's too late to turn back now
It's so hard to let go somehow
It's too late to wash what you've done
You don't even know what I've become

You promise me a thousand lies
That you'll never say goodbye
But you left me without much reason
So in this empty room I'm alone

Tell me what's left when the edge reaches the end
I'm feeling like dead but in front I pretend
I have a few bullets left for a second to breath
Should I aim this to you or pass this to my head
Cause your name is poisoning the thoughts of my brain
All I hope right now is to forget everything
I won't take any step to erase your mistakes
I hate you more than me and I got nothing left to say

Submitted: Thursday, May 09, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 09, 2013

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