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Emotional Death



Emotional Death
By loverstail on 01/15/2006
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I have been around the world
but to where i do not know. My
life is destroyed when i see people
fighting over the stupidest thing's
like life depend's on color when
it doesnt all you really trying to do is
be a big shot. I see about nearly
half the world cries when they true love
dies and they cry so long that they have
to ask for a hand up but they never get
one. I see innocent people go to jail for
the stupidest things when they are really
innocent but people don't see it like that
anymore they think once your caught your
caught. I see people commiten suicide
because all the pressure is put onto them
like a slave only good until your dead then
you see all the break down of your freind's
that you had a big effect on that they cry themselve's to sleep just to say i wish you
were alive but your not your emotions got to
you and nothing is going to stop you. The
same goes for love your in a relationship for
so long that once it is over you feel like dust
in the wind in that you are dead already when
you are really not you just lost faith in love
like a person who lost their freedom in war.

© By loverstail On 1/15/2006 5:09:40 AM
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