livin the night life


dead inside


I am dead inside and nothing can revieve me
Many have tried none have succeded
They did not care though they left me to die
Friends tried to help me live again
But it was to late i was living my own hell

But then the one came
She was nice, thoughtful
I was slowly climbing out of my own hell
Into my own heaven
But she was like all the rest she saw someone else
I was left for dead

I didn't wan't to go through hell again so i didn't let anyone help
But then one person came and they knew what i was going through They helped made me a heaven
So i went to the heaven but i was warry
For i didn't know if she would leave me dying

But she didn't she persisted in helping me
She gave me a new life
Let me live agiain
And i liked living so i trusted her
Then one other tried to draw me back into hell

I almost went
But then the other girl was there talking me out of it
I was torn in half
I had lived in hell for so long
But i liked living in heaven now
So in the end i turned to the only relief i had


Pure and simple
DEATH

Submitted: Saturday, April 11, 2009

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