Sade Craine

Rookie (November/ Scorpio that's all you need to know / California)

I've Decided


I've decided.
I've decided to start all over,
to begin with a new, blank slate
and leave the rest up to fate.
I've decided to stop fighting this
never-ending battle, this unbeatable war
I've decided to ignore everyone and everything,
to ignore the questions that I ask
myself and store the book of memory
back on its dusty shelf.
I've decided to let go of
all my feelings and emotions,
to turn my head away wehn my
heart calls and to wipe my face
fast when a tear dares to fall.
I've decided to engluf my life in
books and nonsense,
to trick myself into
believing the
unbelievable
and I've tried to
avoid the
unavoidable, but
my decision is made
the die is cast.
My memories will no
longer recall of the
past because I've
decided.
I've decided to accept,
agree, and conform,
to let fate take its
joy ride while I
refuse to run from
it and hide.
I've decided to let my
soul whither, and die.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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