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Life X(



Life is
A living hell
For every one who has felt the earth beneath their feet.
Life never
Seems to let
You free your mind and breath.
Sometimes I wanna SCREAM
And let the cuss words spring from my lips
That have been so crudely poisoned.
My tears stain my cheeks
And my eyes feel like they're burning.
Feelings build up inside my chest-
I can deny them no more.
I burst with anger, sadness, anxiety, and laughter galore.
My mouth is dry with anticipation,
And my forehead is sweating like crazy.
Please tell me you love me,
So all this can go away.
But you say you don't feel the same,
So to the roof I go.
I let one foot dangle over,
And think before I act.
So SICK with Earthly feelings,
Tired of love, anger, and sorrow.
I no longer wish to feel these things,
No longer I wish to breathe.

So, I jumped.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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