Jessica Stubbs

(12/11/95)

Help To Late


Look at what I've done
Look at what I've become
Do you remember who I used to be?
Cause I don't, I don't remember me
I've been drowned in sorrow
I don't want to make it to tomorrow
I want to sleep the rest of life away
I don't want to be around when my life goes down the drain
If you can help, please do
I've got nothing to lose
But know I'm beginning to fear that it's to late
I might have to wait
Till the day
I meet my fate

Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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  • Khairul Ahsan (7/30/2013 7:10:00 AM)

    I've been drowned in sorrow
    Look around nature and look for petty things of joy, you will find plenty of reason to live for. (Report) Reply

  • Craig Moses Uche (12/13/2011 2:49:00 PM)

    Luv d uze of rhytorical questn & yeah its kinda too late. Also, u arrange d stnznds rather wel. Luv it! (Report) Reply

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