Treasure Island

Bellaina Bella Hernandez

(4-17-1994 / California)

Depression's Hold on Me


I can see Depression
He's off in the distance
calling for me with open arms
wanting me to come

I try to resist as much as I can
but He's signing the hypnatizing song
A song that I heard several times
and can never resist, no matter what

Finally came in my Depression's arms
full of pain and hurt, along with blood
all the things i know and love
feeling safe in His arms once more

He's leading me out
Dark and solitude place
putting a razor in my hand
motioning me to cut

Been in this situation too many times
knowing exactly what to do
always wondering
when will I ever be done?

Tired of falling in love with him
over and over again
wanting to stop
to get my happiness back

BUT it'll never be
for I love HIM
and He loves ME

Submitted: Saturday, September 10, 2011

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