Rather Dead Than Cool
Velvet Smoke - Poem by Rather Dead Than Cool
I am happy now you are gone.
We'll live together in the twilight sun,
and all i have to do is pull my trigger.
A puff of smoke and i don't much figure.
I awake to a bright light
A crowded room, faces full of fright.
What have you done?
She was so pretty and all so young,
and you took this all for fun?
So i smile and turn away.
They don't much figure and they lock me away.
And now I'm sitting in my ten by ten cell.
Living in this concrete hell,
So i ponder and decide, all hang myself.
And i hear the snap
and there's no way I'm coming back.
And now im her in the twilit sun
Together all, and all for fun,
and she look and says to me
I never asked you to do any of this for me
i said no but you narcissist
I'm sorry but i hate you for this.
And now I'm alone again
I don't it all for a little fun
But now I'm alone in the Twilit sun.
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