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Shilesha Johnson

Rookie (july 11th 1992 / manhattan)

there comes a time


There comes a time when you can't take anymore
A time when you hit rock bottom and you hit the floor
A time when you ask yourself 'why am I here for'
A time when you don't believe in anything anymore
A time when you no longer care
When you could care less if you ever again breathe air
A time when you become fed up
A time when you have had enough
And when that time comes you are lost
Whoever's lives you were in... now you are gone

Submitted: Saturday, December 27, 2008
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