shayla bowser

(9-18-94 / comahhmal hospital)

Crazy Enough


I am crazy enough to jump off a bridge for you

Even when i have seen you only ounce.

I am crazy enough to still be thining about you

Even when i know nohting of you at all

crazy enough to build castles in the sky

crazy enough to imagine you and me

crazy enoughto never see

the lie of you

I am crazy enough to stand in the rain

so i might see you once more

crazy enough to follow you home

so i can see you for a while

and i am crazy enough to want to be your

sickness so that you might go unhindered

crazy enough that no pain hurts me deeply

crazy enough that i cant let go

i am crazy enough to want to die for you

and there is nothing known about you

i am crazy enoughto want to kidnap you

and watch you gorw old in the cupboard of my mind

crazy enough to kill you so i might have you forever

crazy enough to only think

' if not mine no one else's'

crazy enouhg that i might want to haunt you

I am crazy enough to hear what i want

crazy enough to hurt you so i might love you more

crazy enough to offer my soul

for you

crazy enouhg to want to

be you

i am crazy enough to say that

i dont know you except by sight

but i love you all the same

Submitted: Sunday, November 16, 2008
Edited: Monday, July 11, 2011

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