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Sometimes I cry for absolutely no reason
Letting my dreadful despair drain from my optics
My shadowy gaze is glazed over with a thin layer of pain
My whole body shudders and shakes as I beg for an end
My throat gets so tired and raw that I can no longer speak
I lock everyone out of my room and my heart
for the fear of loving and losing are too much
I turn the sad dreary music up so loud that my ears ache
I strike the walls until my fists are too numb to feel
I hold a pillow to my face and scream until I can no longer
When in a crowded room, I bite my lips to keep from crying
Bruising and cutting them until I feel the coppery blood fill my mouth
Even then, I do not stop, I will not show my weakness
I must be the strong one, the one that is emotionless
They all count on me to help them, I have no time to help myself
I need help, I even admit it. But when I admit, there is no one to save me.
I must rely on me, I know I am untrustworthy but I am all I have
When it rains I am so happy, yet when the sun shines I once again want to cry
Saddness leads to crying
Crying leads to maddness
Being mad leads to death
I guess by that standard, I am dead


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BrokenPoet



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