Elizabeth Tyease Collins

Rookie - 93 Points (December 22,1992 / Lovesick (Ewing) , Nj)

Inspiration From The Song 'Million Dollar Houses' By Pierce The Veil - Poem by Elizabeth Tyease Collins

Nobody could ever hurt you,
standing highly with a bulletproof vest,
so would you ever leave me,
for somebody who could love you most?

I keep you safe here,
cradle your dreams until you awake,
because nobody can keep you
as long as I'm here.
Worth diamonds and gold,
worth diamonds and gold.

I've died a thousand times to get to you,
and you only,
because nobody could hold me still like you do,
keep me sane
keep me sane.

It's like bullet through an ocean,
i've never seen your beauty so pure,
catching and breaking so many hearts
because nobody could hold me as close as you do.
You're worth rubies and pearls,
rubies and pearls
cause I saved your memories as they replay
in my head over and over
a simple touch and to heaven you
take me,
I could never rid this feeling.

Your eyes shine so bright and full like the
sun,
ingulfing my solitude you lift me up.
Splash around me
turn the world inside out,
to fall asleep is to live a dream
to die is to awaken.

And I've told you time and time again that
your heart is mine,
continous laughing only jolts my securities.
I've died a thousand times to get to you,
and you only,
because nobody could me still like you do.


Comments about Inspiration From The Song 'Million Dollar Houses' By Pierce The Veil by Elizabeth Tyease Collins

  • Katty Briones (12/2/2012 6:29:00 PM)

    pierce the veil saved my life, i love them. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 26, 2011


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