Gemma O' Hanlon
I Don'T Wish On Stars, I Wish On Razor Blades - Poem by Gemma O' Hanlon
I stare out the window,
But my view is obscured by bricks.
I don't see the stars tonight,
All I see are sharpened blades around me.
THESE are my wishing stars.
Oh, please let me wish upon you;
My blood will be the sacrifice,
My satisfaction will be the gift.
So let me wish on you tonight.
The first star has faded,
So I'll throw it aside,
A second star will come to me,
So I can make a wish.
One star thrown aside,
Two stars faded away,
Three stars that have given me hope,
Four stars that I have wished upon.
Please don't take my stars
Away from me, I still have
A few more wishes to make
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