Brittney Pennington

Rookie - 23 Points (19/12/1991 / Crourd 'd lane)

Alone In The Dark


In the dark I can stand, I can breath
With hate running through my veins I have strenght
As the pain eats at my heart I have reason to fight
Through the sadness and anger I can understan the world
But take me out of this hole I have dug for myself
Show me the light and I will fall
Remove my hate and I will remain weak
Without my pain I have no reason to fight
Without sadness and anger I become confused
So please I beg you leave me in this hole
Let me be swallowed by the darkness
So I can allow pain and hate to take over my soul
So I can feel alive

Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Edited: Thursday, May 26, 2011

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  • Freshman - 1,035 Points Thomas A Robinson (4/13/2014 6:45:00 AM)

    We pull others out of holes
    so they in turn will pull us out
    When we fall into blackness deep
    when it swallows us complete
    there when we least expect it
    a hand will appear so reach up and take it (Report) Reply

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