Treasure Island

Ellirie Aviles


Addiction


I'd been stealing glimpse
I'd been starin' at your eyes
Crazy! it may sound, It seems
See my tears, hear my cries

Well, If I'm nobody to you
and they think I'm crazy about you
I don't care! I could bear
Slack-jawed, in despair

Early morning, I came; dawn
I then hear a melody hummed
As I walk to echoing path-walk
My foot steps, becoming numb

I then sat on a chair near the door
with my eyes stickin' to the floor
Mesmerizing to my dearth
To the world I was unalert

In phantasm's a tintinabulation
'twas the school bell ringing
'Twas the end of my imagination
yet her voice still clinging

To my thoughts, 'twas existing
That very song she was singing
I was then hallucinating
To find out, I ain't breathing

I gasp to see myself dying
to thee I'm still begging
on my knees I was bleeding
Everyday I was pleading.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 05, 2013

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