Sad Little GirlRain drops melt my mask & break it apart.The pain I was trying to hide is my badly broken heart.My mind splits & my pulse shattersRipping my insides, my fate is written in the stars.Underneath these emotional scars lies the truth of myself.I try to forget, I try to bury it.But the clock hands are ticking backwards.The past seems to be coming back to haunt me.I am lost in the sands of time.My life is a fairytale gone wrong.My fairy godmother never came.Did you know you use to be my hero?What happened to you?You look into my eyes and see my dad.When he hurts you,You hurt me.I have hidden secretsthat are too hard to say.Only God knowsDeep inside Im warped & twisted.Sometimes I lose hope.I wonder
Why wipe away the tearswhen they will fall again?Why get back up when I willjust get pushed back to the ground?Why stand in the openwhen Ill never be found?I have a smile so painful froma life so unclear & cruel.When I see my reflectionI see the past
The Shadow of DeathDeath is stuffed somewheredeep inside her vault.In a dusty, dark corner.She becomes shriveledwhen her mind stumbles upon itself.At Deaths birthLove & Beauty distilledinto pure, bittersweet sadness.Her self-claimed soul drawn back into itseternal womb.She has keys to a room that has no doors.She doesnt want to cry tomorrow,She has cried enough today,She just wants to end this sorrow,Slit her wrist & fade away.The blood drains from her veinsRed, crimson slowly drips.Her body wilts as she lies on the floor.No one will cry as she lies therewaiting to die.The sound of death,The shortness of her breath,She walks through the valley ofthe shadow of death.Her life
of a flame.Depression had taken over her soul.Her loneliness lead her mind todark, unknown places.She would reach for some comfortYet feel no embrace.Surrounded by solitudeAll that is left is theChaotic, strangled inner glowFrom dead, empty lifeless eyes.
Every Memory of YouEvery memory of you reminds me of my guilt.Regret surging through my veins.How could I let it happen? Its all my fault.The flood took your breath, your soul, your lifeand there was nothing I could do.As I look through photos of you and me.I remember the raging,roaring waters rushing into the room.Water all around us, caging us in.I went to your crib and held you in my arms.Fear taking over, my heart beating faster and fasterlike a drum; as the water kept rising.Then faster than the speed of light we were under waterfighting for our lives. The force of the water pushed me backand I tried to reach the window. I saw the light of the sunand reached the surface. Mom and dad screaming our names.I swam to them with your lifeless body and reality sank in.They would never forgive me, you were my baby brother;you were my responsibility. I was suppose to protect you.I was suppose to keep you safe.As tomorrow passes I still live with the guilt.My grief is like a river th