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dd mac mac


Donna


Sat here in my bedroom, material possessions they are all around, my parents were good at buying me off
Not with love, shit that money bought, I had 15years of shit, form birth till now
I would trade it all in, for one hug that hug never came

I am 15 Donna
I never asked for this life, never knew my best friend would be a knife
Soft pale skin, blade cuts deep within, all over a map of pain, body
Scars read like a book of shame, shame for not being who I am, a loveless
Teen that just wants a hand,

Just want some forgiving; I’m not sure what for, being ungrateful maybe
A bitch with an itch to scratch

Any way I take the pills, cut the wrists, watch the blood spill
Put on some record, I think means something
Lie on my bed and die, shit didn’t even cry

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013
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i sometimes write as a 15 yr old teenager, from when i was 15, if that makes sence

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