Treasure Island

Dalton Smith


Sadness, Death and Depression


Sadness, Depression and Death
I wish this wasn't me, in my soul
But now I'm gone and Dead

I must leave to gite my mined strait
Suicide in my thoughts with a razor in my hand
I dropp the razor then left without saying good bye

Mom I'm not come home tonight
set the table for you and dad tonight
I'll eat way tonight

Dad I remember what you said
you said to me
“Never give up.”

Dawn, I love you
I went with out you or saying good bye
Sorry, but I've died in side

Father, I never gave up
Mother, I will come home soon
Dawn, when I gite back I'll come and see you first

Submitted: Saturday, November 28, 2009

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