Bittersweet Music


Fear vs. Love


I love you and I am here for you
And when I say that
I wish you knew its true
Somtimes people can see a plea
Right in front of there eyes
Try to ignore it for fear is in its height
And somtimes standing up to it
can be the hardest thing to do
as a relization hits you in the face
and you a pacing and looking at
the marks of your own trace
Afraid if you state your own case
they will laugh in your face
aand leave you on the floor
bleeding and begging for no more
Alone and loving them less more
Stabbed and choked
With your hand reached out before them
Forever lost in your own stabbing
Forever lost to some one you love

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013
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I see somthing right now and I am affraid to do something.. I am scared..

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