Treasure Island

Courtney Welden

(May 29,1990 / LA, Cali)

Desperate


Sitting here with a knife in one hand
ANd a rope in the other
Desperate for this life to end
Wanting it to end soon

Deciding to take the knife to my wrists
I slice across until I bleed
Desperate for this life to end
Wanting it to end soon

I sit there until I bleed all over
Desperate for this life to end
Wanting it to end soon
The next thing I realize it that

I am in a hospital
Desperate for this life to end
Wanting it to end soon
I take the wires by my bed

And strangle myself
Desperate for this life to end
Wanting it to end soon

Submitted: Sunday, July 22, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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