Nicole Baker

Rookie (03/12/88 / Farnham)

I dont belive in hope anymore...


people say 'hope is everything! ' but its not,
hope is away of grabbing someone and using it against them,
Just like you did, i trusted you.
I told you my dreams, my life story, my hopes.
and you turned against me.

When i flapped my wings you're like a child, likes to take things apart
with you're hands, I tryed to get free, but you're hands would'nt let go.

ripping up my hopes and dreams of my wings i fall to the ground,
i raised my hands with my wings drip with blood and i cryed 'why? '

but you never answered, you walked away and left me in a cold dark room, surrounded but blood and tears i swallowed myself whole.
in guilt, in fear and in no hope.

So when people ask me 'what is you're hope for the future? '

i say this under a black Veil of self pitty

'I DONT BELIVE IN HOPE ANYMORE..............'

Submitted: Thursday, January 22, 2009
Edited: Thursday, January 22, 2009
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