Treasure Island

Suicidal Happiness

(The graves in my mind)

{To My Dearest Love} From Your Self - Acclaimed Annoyance


I can’t understand as much as I try
You’re a vision of ecstasy and I don’t know why
I’m sorry it took so long to tell you how I feel
But that meant having to admit that my feelings are real
You will never love me like I love you
I guess that there is nothing I can do
I never really expected you to like me
I had to accept that’s how it would have to be
Lately I’ve been broken and in a dark place
When I first met you heart began to race
You walked into my life and you made my world shake
And now you’re a light to lead me out of the earthquake
I’ve liked you for a long time
And I’ve got to understand that you may never be mine
I know you are better than what I deserve
But sometimes the excitement gets on my nerves
I wonder how much you actually like me
And what will be will have to be
Your feelings for me on a scale from one to ten, I think I’d get a two
One being nothing and ten being the whole ‘I’m in Love with You’
Thank you for dealing with me; you are my happiness and my light
Peace Love, from Your Self- Acclaimed Annoyance, I love you and Goodnight

Submitted: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 29, 2013

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