Rosalie DarkHeart

Words Hurt

I know you love me
But you cant see 
How some of your words really cut me deep
Somtimes i even feel as if Not a soul understands how I feel
All alone like nothings real
My head is about to explode!
I'm blue
 and upset
Mabe a bit depressed
Even the walls are starting to yell my name sayin 
It's ur fault for everything that's wrong!

Tempers flare we all glare
But things don't get better I'm falling down a hole 
getting lost inside my own soul
Nobody can hear my silent screams
No one understands the pian
but When I tell them how I feel it's like they don't think I'm for real
But I don't let it bother me anymore I shut out the hurt like a window does rain because I know the words will only last a day and then I will be okay again as if it never happened.  .  .  .  .  .  .   But it did

Submitted: Monday, October 10, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, October 11, 2011

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