lorissa cowan

Rookie (31/10/1990 / mackay)

Why?


why do I have to live
where everyone is so against me
I want them to leave me alone
but they wont

I want to leave this earth
but I’m scared
scared that everyone will be different
and they won’t be the same as before

I want to scream
I want to die
but before I do
I just wanna know why? ? ? ?

Why does everything hurt
why does everything smell
why do I have to be around
why? ? ? ?

why does the earth
have so many things going around it
that no one knows about

its so annoying i just sit here
in this class room
while everything’s is going wrong around me
why does this earth have to do so much

why does this earth do so little
but it's big in every way
why is the earth seems so little
but it's big

bigger then i could imagine
bigger then anyone could
it helps in so many always it can

some died to keep it
some died trying to over take it
some don’t know what they want

Submitted: Monday, April 21, 2008

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