Treasure Island

Justine Matako

(03/18/1996)

Mixed Signals and Signs


Life is pain
Pain is death.
Once your hurt theres really no recovery.
You say your not...
I believe you are...
I wish i knew the truth...
I wish i understood you more...
All i want is for the pain to go away...
All i know is that the pain is here to stay...
Hurt me more...
Leave me bruises...
I love you!
Your engraved into my heart...
I see you
i stop in the shadows...
It hurts like hell
I guess i need the wall...
To stop myself from getting hurt...

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 23, 2013
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