Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by Terrapin77, Jan 18, 2006.

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  1. Terrapin77

    Terrapin77 Guest

    I'm all locked up,
    I'm never comming out,
    You can try all you want,
    You can kick and scream and shout.

    I've been locked up,
    For all these years,
    But now I must face it,
    Nobody cares about my tears.

    My mom says that me,
    And all my friends are queers,
    Now I begin to tremble,
    As the end draws near.

    I've dealt with this before,
    But never quite the same,
    They'll think twice when I'm lying on the floor,
    And thier the ones to blame.

    I aggressivly take my razor blade,
    And rake it across my wrist,
    I got blood on the walls and floor,
    My mom's gonna be pissed.

    I light up a cigarette,
    And try not to think about the pain,
    I haven't passed out yet,
    I must have missed the proper vein.

    I pick up the razor blade,
    And take another try,
    The price must be paid,
    Now I take another try.

    I cut it twice as deep,
    As bllod shoots onto the vanity,
    My skin begins to creep,
    I start to loose my sanity,
    Now I fall asleep.
  2. Pills

    Pills Well-Known Member

    All I can say is that I really enjoyed reading it. Hope you're doin' ok.
  3. Petal

    Petal SF dreamer Staff Member Safety & Support SF Supporter

    awesome poem :smile:
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