justin dillon

Rookie (7/23/1986 / erie pa)

THE STREETS Poem by justin dillon

the streets

what do you know about living on the streets
with nothing to eat
and no were to sleep
all you ask for is help
but you get none
life is no fun
if you seen me would you help me out
i did not think so

my life has been f***ed up
from the start
as i run from the dark
as hell is creeping up
why did this happen to me
all i want is a happy life
but no that is just to much to ask for
can i just get a helping hand
so i can get back on my feet
i am crying out for help
i am at the edge of my life
will anyone fight
to keep me alive
or are all my friends just a lie
i think i just treat people to good
so i get shit on
but thats just me
i cant hurt anyone
but i get hurt in the end
and i dont have any true friends
friends i can run to when i need them
for them to tell me its ok
why do guys have to be like this
a f***ing b***h
f***ing shit up for guys like me
that just want to find true love
what will it take for me to find a happy ending

what do you know about living on the streets
with nothing to eat
and no were to sleep
all you ask for is help
but you get none
life is no fun
if you seen me would you help me out
i did not think so
what did i do for you to hate me
please tell me this

why must i cry at night
why must i hide my pain
why must i lie
is this the way of life
or is it just mine
man i am runing out of time
to get my life back together
so i sit here and write these songs waiting to hit it big
but i know this is all a dream
cuz no one wants to hear me
talk about life
and the shit i feel
my life is comming to a end
no matter what i do in life
i will always have my past hunting me
no matter if i change myself will will never be good
no matter what i say life will just keep going
as i try to fight to stay alive
and not tell no more lies
and find the happyness i need
so i will end this pain
with this gun
123456 as i load this clip
now i am fully loaded
now i know i f***ing blown it
now i am in the moment
now down to my knees
beging god please take my soul
as my tears hit the floor
crying for help for the last time
knowing its not comming
so i put the gun to my head
now my heart is racing
but my mind is gone so i pull the trigger
all i see is a bright light as i fall to the ground
with blood all around
so now i take my last breath
now i fall away from my body now i see myself laying on the ground
as i see people running to see what happend
as they call my family to tell them what happend
now i am in the showing
with my family morning
as i look around i only see my family no friends only one
out of alot
knowing this is how it was going to be
no one caring about me
they could just care less
now it goes dark and now i am standing infront
of jesus
he ask me why i took my life
i tell him there was no help for me
i truned my back from you and you left me
even tho i pryed for help it did not matter
cuz i kept sining
so now i say one last thing to him
i tell him right there and then to forgive me for my sins
and i understand if he can't and i know i have to pay the price
for what i have done
he ask me if i could go back would i
i would tell him no
this is what i wanted
i would tell him my pain is just to much
now i will end this
so you now know how i feel
inside i can no longer hide
so i hope this helps some one understand life
so they dont have to walk in my shoes

Submitted: Saturday, August 9, 2008
Edited: Saturday, August 9, 2008

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