Brittney Lydy

Rookie (4/22/1987 / Indiana)

Trust Me - Poem by Brittney Lydy

Crazy, Lazy,
Confsuion and pain,
I have nothing left to gain,
I have lost all of my senses,
I lost what I believed in so much,
I have lost what I stood up fo,
I feel so poor,
I am alone, I wish I had a clone,
Wondering what is going on,
I was played as a pawn, again,
I promised myself it wouldn't happen and it did.
I am a fool, I want to loose my cool,
You were different, you worked all these years,
and mad all my tears,
You built my trust, you made me strong.
I knew you were wrong.
There have been others,
But none to play under covers,
not that it went to far, I knew that,
bad leck by that black cat,
Everytime things go okay, they get even worse
of corse. I knew not to believe
I have been so good and now I need to....
Go back, Back to the world of Black,
I should just give in, be stabbed with a pin.
You made me feel wanted to bad it was all your game.
Man your so lame, and I am a fool,
II feel like drowning in a pool.
Recking my car, feezing to death
there's that word, death
By no breath, By a knife, by drugs,
Maybe I am just kidding myself
Lost and pain
Nothing to gain,
Lazy and crazy
The time is coming
Sooner ot later, they will blame you, believe
me, no joke
Friends, Friends only, right
Right, We are on the same page,
Except mine is full of rage, right
Yes, just a little please, You tried to tease,
But friends only right,
Yes, hands move slowlt up and down,
I felt like I had a crown,
Friends only right,
Yes, now goodnight. Trust me.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 14, 2006



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