Suicidal Happiness

Rookie (The graves in my mind)

Miss Anderson


Stanger that I met, tell me about your life
Tell me your problems and I’ll tell you mine
Your dad isn’t here and now you feel lost
You thought that he would keep contact at all cost
Daddy pretty princess and daddy’s little girl
He left you feel alone and cold and now you hate this world
You don’t want your mother and now you question why you’re here
You are as strong as you try not to shed a tear
You want your dad to call and that would make it ok
Just one phone call would make it easier to breathe and live everyday
The boy that you want and you feel that you need
You always smile about him as you tell me
You want him to know just how you feel
You don’t want any games you want what’s real
You were the new girl that no one knew
And as you met this boy your feeling grew
You’re finding it hard to live and get by
You want the boy and your dad but you don’t know why
Tell me everything on your mind
I’ll be nice and I’ll be kind
If we can’t talk now we will talk more later
Thank you for talking to me you beautiful stranger

Submitted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 05, 2013

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Poem is for my friend, Miss Anderson. Thank you for talking to me and not making me a loner :)

- Suicidal Happiness

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