Laid To Rest
Author: The Lost Girl
I know I've begged you once before,
to leave me bleeding on the floor.
Ignore my hurt, ignore my pain,
Ignore the scars that I always gain.
I hear you when you say you care,
I hear you when you sar you're there,
but the truth is I don't want your help,
because I've always hurt, I've always wept.
It's been kept quiet, but it never leaves,
The pain I feel always makes me bleed.
If I want to die, just let me go,
Don't say you understand because you just don't know.
Please leave me alone, please go away,
I love you my friend, but I can't stay.
Remember me fondly, know you tried your best,
know it's all better now,
now that I'm laid to rest.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|HEAVEN (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, August 5 2005, 05:10 pm|
i can really relate to your poem.i too feel like i want to just be let go of sometimes.but in the end when something makes me smile or laugh again,i feel blessed to know that somene cares enough to make sure i live and put up with all my shit.it makes me know they care even when i wish they wouldnt.
|barb (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, August 6 2005, 02:13 am|
Sorry Lost girl for what you are going through. Some times we all need help, but if it's offered and refused, there's nothing else people can do. If you wish people to quit helping and caring. fine just be careful for what you wish for ,you might get it. This person in the poem needs help with life. Hope she gets it. I did and I'm happy and content now. It took time but I made it.
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