Suicidal Happiness

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The Darkness


I don’t feel that the sun is going to come see me to day
It will leave me in the darkness with no other way
They say misery loves company, so I guess I’m the company always producing misery
I used to be able to feel ok but now I feel empty
I used to pretend so well but I can’t even do that anymore
It’s hard to wake up and walk without falling on the floor
The questions I avoid keep running through my mind
The darkness and I forever frozen in time
See the darkness and me have always been good friends
The darkness will always be there in the end
Depression is my religion and the darkness is my God
As long as you love it, it’s never odd
I love it with every fibre of my being
I believe in it without seeing
When I’m scared the darkness tells me I must die
It happens so much now that I don’t even ask why
The darkness hides me so no one can see
I love the darkness and the darkness loves me

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

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