Suicidal Happiness

(The graves in my mind)

Du Bois - Sweet Sad Sixteen


Oh darling girl, sweet sixteen
Walking alone what a movie scene
Going to see her sad girl
The one she said was her world
Hide away with her, from the people that make you mad
Thinking together is the best time you’ve ever had
Cupcakes to let you know she loves you
Blow out the candle and make a wish to
Lay in the shade on the grass, one forbidden kiss
See I’m the girl she loved and it’s the moments I miss
It was picture perfect, a moment of purity in the dirt
And every day we drift further away from those moments and it hurts
I can’t help but reminisce and think of better times
Because every day since you left, I wish you could be once again mine

Submitted: Sunday, October 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013

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Ace Du Bois is the name of my ex-girlfriend

I love her dearly and these are the thoughts Im finding hard to deal with..

The is the DU BOIS collection

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