Treasure Island

April Swan

(3/3/95 / san deigo)


I did try to fight you
But control over powers my will
I did try to hate you
But your face clouds my feelings
I did try to block you out
But you forced your way inside
I did try barcade your game
But your play kept climbing in
I did let you hurt me but never again
enjoying every minute
All my hurt was a grin
at every twist you twisted me
Emotions spinning on
There's no love
So you thirst my heart
Grabbed me
You devoured me
Now I'm nothing left
but more innocence to shed
More love to taste and nowhere to hide
So gone he leaves disinterested
alone am I
A mangled soul
That bleeding heart
wacthing my zombie terrorize
And bloodshed just multiply

Submitted: Friday, November 16, 2012
Edited: Friday, March 22, 2013
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The zombie repersents a person purposely hurts people who care about them. aka. Heart breaker. Or my first love.
In this case me. Meaning I care about them..

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