I Am NormalMy breakfast was leftover pizza and coffee.More Like This
I ride horses.
I like to write.
I like to draw too.
I am afraid of spiders,
I like Doctor Who and Hell's Kitchen.
I listen to all types of music.
I worry about how my hair,
Or my face,
Or my clothes look sometimes.
I have a secret dream to travel the world.
I want to be a veterinarian too.
I do not think I am that special.
I am normal.
I am bisexual.
Lies“I'm fine”More Like This
What a lie.
What a cynical beast.
What deceits your tainted lips
They shall release.
And the others they don't mind.
So long as they do not find,
Those scars that litter your wrists.
The ones you wish someone would kiss.
And your desperate cries for help
Land on empty ears.
Proving your deepest fears,
That no one ever interferes.
“I'm just tired”
Is the lie
For which everyone sees your deception.
But no one has the heart to give you their acception.
So you are left alone,
With your depression and rejection.
Left all alone with no one to help you cope,
You have little to no hope.
Now you're stuck inside your mind.
With shadows left and right.
To get out of the darkness,
You will have to fight.
But the fight is already lost
When you are all alone.
And even after the years they pass
This feeling of weakness and bleakness, it will always last
Is your final dishonesty,
As you hint at despondency.
Now it is known you will never fin
A Love The Lasts ForeverThere is a girl, special in my heartMore Like This
She is beautiful, very sexy and smart
Her name is like a song that is living art
Her eyes are mine and we are living at the start
AnorexiaMeet a girl named No One, with a heart of shattered stoneMore Like This
Staring at the other girl, the one that's not alone
Girl with skin that glistens, with the eyes of crystal seas
Grin of shining diamonds and a laugh like a disease
Flashes just a glance and soon, she's every trouble's cure
She has everything… and No One's off to be like her.
Eating turns into a crime, she'd rather be away
Thrusting fingers down her throat to make herself okay
Watching as her very bones are seen behind her flesh
There she drowns in tears, for she has not yet seen success.
Minutes turn to hours, and these hours turn to days
Every moment slipping, slowly fading into grey
Rapidly, her body turns to nothing but her bones
As she fights for beauty, as she battles for the throne.
Broken hearts must learn to beat, and this she came to know
Learning it the hard way when her heartbeat grew too slow
Yet, she somehow managed still to shine from what's within
Lying in her casket with her hidden, unseen sin.
Final thoughts ins
I no longer rule the worldSeems I no longer rule the world,More Like This
grains of life slipping through
the end of the time approaching
power, unable to suppress it.
When the world needed a ruler
they turned to me and shouted 'him!'
but there was no surcease of wars
and the famine stayed in place.
And during disease and death
the people turned and said
'he was meant to cure us!'
though king I never was true.
They strung me up
and gathered the tolls
dragged me through the nation
with screams of blood on their lips.
Though I begged
my crimes bared too much sin
for when it came to society
I didn't save the world.
The floor caved in,
the rope grew taught,
my struggles heard around
till the silence reigned down.
But then the pointed
and screamed 'he will lead'
at the man who took my life
and I was left on the gallows alone.
For I no longer rule the world
and the dirt eats up my soul
the grains of time and age
make for one grievous grave.
LifetimesA shadow of a memory,More Like This
A long-forgotten life,
Two lovers without symmetry,
A time of joy and strife.
Painful moments lost with time,
A shadowed shell of hurt,
A lullaby, a nursery rhyme,
A love that's lifetimes' worth.
A love forever kept so pure
That onlookers had wept,
A love that you could not endure,
A promise never kept.