charlene williams

(August 3,1986 / Los Angeles)

Imagine


Imagine life without pain and misery
Imagine life without false friends or your enemies
Imagine life without war and a fucked up democracy
Imagine life without the drug abuse and murders
Imagine life without death and terrorist

Imagine my life without the pain and sorrow I endure
Imagine my life without drugs and alcohol
Imagine my life without fake friends and enemies
Imagine my life without the lonely nights for horror and emptiness
Imagine my life without the heavy weight upon my chest and the flash backs of her death.
Imagine my life without a love that isn’t true and a heart that isn’t full of gold and a love that one in a million.

Life with these things are what makes life, life even though we can live without a few of them.

Submitted: Monday, October 23, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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