Patrick Berryman

Rookie (1/5/93 / New Albany)

Why God


They say its better to have loved and lost
Then to never have loved at all
For me i would rather be alone
Then to have my heart broken once more
Only once have i truly loved and desired
Now at night i have these nightmares
Killing, revenge, and lonliness
Are where my dreams are wired

I have nothing left to lose nothing to gain
Im stuck in a living limbo
Can i ever rid myself of this pain/
If there really is a god
Why does he hate me so?
What did i ever do to him?
Do i believe in god?
With what i've been through, Hell No...

Submitted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008
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