foxy babii

Rookie (3 june 1992 / wa)

Words Arnt Enough - Poem by foxy babii

Words could not explain how I feel
It would tell nothing, I can not heal
If i stuck a knife into my heart
It could only tell u a part
When I have blood rushing out of me
This is only minor what u see
Cos inside the pain is so much more
Just to breathe is so sore
When wrists are open, and face is white
This is normal most every night
The horror the pain
The suspense without gain
The years of tears
Of running from my fears
Of crying myself to sleep at night
Of the blood I shed in light
The weakness ive endured
The pain my heart never cured
This addiction to blood to cover my pain
The way my tears pour like rain
My life a twisted mess
Like I am in a razor wires caress
Im in a ocean of hate but all at me
And at life and any thing I see
Words arnt powerful enough
To show you just how tough
Life really is for me
I don’t think you will ever see
I cry just becos I want to die
Because I failed at my last try
Words arnt enough anymore
I shall shut my lifes door
And stop my breathing
On the floor I shall be lieing
I will drown in a flood
Off my own blood
Maby then you will finally see
That the pain in me
Was real I wasnt lieing
I told you I was dieing
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  • (1/28/2008 11:03:00 PM)

    amazing.....i pray one day these feelings disapear forever (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 24, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 29, 2008


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