Suicidal Happiness

Rookie (The graves in my mind)

{To My Dearest Love} Positive thing for you


Kiss me once shot me twice
Its ok, I no longer have a need for life
I’m already dead, there is nothing you can do
I tried to stay alive, I fought I promise to
I lost the battle between saint and sin
The battle between me, me and me, I let nobody win
We all deserve to be dead
Please stop yelling to take the gun away from my head
As much as you think that I’m negative I’m not
Here I am safe, you are all I got
Love is perception only nothing else
I will never love the world; never love my mother or myself
My love has a home and that’s where I want it to stay
Maybe it won’t turn black or cold or shatter in anyway
Nooses are my best friend; they all have a story to tell
As soon as one is around my neck, I suddenly feel well
One kiss filled with poison and my life is complete
I don’t trust anyone, people are filled with deceit
Happiness is always mine
And like my life, it has a home, where it won’t break
I need to save me from myself because I’m not safe
As much as I hate myself, I’m better and to happiness there is a way
As I said this isn’t negative, it’s the most positive that I’ve written
Because to know and have you in my life, I must of died and gone to heaven

Submitted: Thursday, August 01, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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