Treasure Island

Suicidal Happiness

(The graves in my mind)

{To My Dearest Love} Not Anymore


Tell me now tell me straight
Don’t worry about hurting me because it’s too late
I know that your heart isn’t were mine is
And I don’t have to be a rocket scientist to realise this
You don’t love me and I don’t think you ever did
You were the adult and I was a kid
A darling age of sixteen, free to the world
And a broken age of fourteen, stuck at home girl
I understand I really do
But please know I meant everything I ever said to you
I’m not a Jesus Christ number one fan
And for you I was going to change my plan
I’m sorry for all the impurities that I posses
And I know that they must make you think of me less
But all I have to say, is I was right
I have become the annoyance of your life
I love you but I want you to be happy or at least have a chance
Thank you for saving me…Peace Love..You’re Annoyance

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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