Lacey Saulisbury Poems
|2.||True Quote Of Mine||4/2/2009|
|4.||Today And Tomarrow||4/2/2009|
|6.||You'Re Still Not Here||4/2/2009|
|7.||Stare At You||4/2/2009|
|8.||Wont You Let Me Help?||4/2/2009|
|9.||He Hit Me||4/2/2009|
|11.||Let Me Brake Your Self Infliction||4/13/2009|
|13.||I Hate The Cold Front||4/13/2009|
|15.||You And I||4/13/2009|
|17.||Mind Crash, Crushing Me||4/13/2009|
|24.||The Black Parade||4/26/2009|
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The Black Parade
Deeper breaths deny me rest from internal destined pain.
I'd dream to death if pills would let me forget all reliefs strain.
Lungs wrapped in shards of glassy death, can taste prayers of the end.
Hospital painting sometimes helps me play 'Not Here Pretend'.
No one can help so they just yelp to have me stretch my will.
I guess I'll pass soon due to a fasting love can't even fill.
I will miss the care, concern of those who wouldn't let me die.
Not even when I urged to walk down windows, if not fly.
They're not to blame. I know this now, ...
Today And Tomarrow
Sitting Between Two Graves,
With in Cemetery Gates,
In the Fog and The Haze.
One was Male,
One closed eyes that I loved,
Both regained wings from the doves,
And returned to 'Above.'