Treasure Island

Virginia Cairns

(June 25,1993 / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

Personal Hell


Everyone has their personal hell
Unique from others

Can not be seen
For it exists in your mind

No escape
No way to be saved

Always being tortured
Screaming to no avail

Memories haunting you
Fears come alive

Inner demons Control this place
Torturing you with the things you fear

Alone and crippled
Bleeding and dying slowly

Heartaches being relived
Scars being ripped open

Hope bleeding out
Dying slowly

Hope now kills
Instead of healing

Deaths of loved ones
Replaying forever

Regrets and what ifs
Poisoning you

Never ending
No break to recoup

Welcome...
To my Planet Hell

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012
Edited: Friday, October 05, 2012

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Lately I have been going through a rough patch, and this morning was my breaking point. Thanks to this breaking point, I now have 6 new poems, although morbid and depressing. Hope they are able to help someone else through hard times like they did me!

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