Dissapointments

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The things in life that make you excited, goals, and anticipations for something bigger.

And the way almost everything can dissapoint

Submitted: February 27, 2012

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It's so Amazing

It's so desgusting

How life can be full of beautiful suprises that you can look forward too.

How things in life can be destroyed so easily.

Sunny days, Tremendous nights, Incredible friends.

Thunder filled skies, Smoke filled darkness, Betrayal.

I can see my future, so clear and promising!

The pain will follow me forever, i can't let go.

I'm filled with the loving support of my family.

So lonely, She abandoned me, i cannot last any longer.

Hey!

I will die alone, and be alone, alone, alone.

HEY!

I cannot win, i have already been drivin away.

I WILL spread my happiness on to you my friend.

She has died, and left me , my dreams have been crushed, my future has shattered.

Her death has givin me hope, and taught me to treasure my life more fiercely.

My voice is cracked, and the songs you had once sung to me ring in my head and break me.

I sing your songs now with feeling, you have given my life meaning.

I want to follow you, i stand here now above this bridge ready to leave.

She loved me, and it gave me a sense of peace when i realized

that the path i had been taking wasn't the way to go.

I stepped off that brigde.

And walked back home, and noticed that not all was lost.

Although you are gone now from this world, I will always look ahead,

and live because you made me see that I am fortunate.

I will love you forever.

 

 


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