Treasure Island

Gee Cii Schnider

(June 2,1992 / Everhere)

You push me to suicide


You'll comit my suicide
You'll push me untill i die
You'll steal the air i breeth
And use it for your own
You'll strangle and choke me
Just for both our peace
You'll comit my sucide
You'll push me until i die
You'll personally take me to my grave
Just you watch as i fade
You may say we're blood
But the thought just makes my blood boil
Oh we are such wonderful friends
I think i'm gonna be sick
You'll comit my suicide
You'll push me untill i die
Just watch as i
Fade away
You steal my breath
And stop my heart
And destroy my little everything
You'll comit my suicide

May 2006
Sorry about spelling.

Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006
Edited: Thursday, November 01, 2007

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  • Iva Wells (8/11/2006 4:22:00 PM)

    i can relate to this poem

    i relate to many poems so: /

    but its a good poem keep up the writing please

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