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Cry For Me

Cry For Me
By ANNABELLA on 08/01/2010
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Here i am, here i am crying infront of you, here you are LAUGHING infront of me, i look up and see that you are not laughing you are crying, crying for me

you see that i have been hurt, but you dont know what to do, then yuo see the rest of the scene and there, their is a body and a pool of blood just sitting and getting bigger and bigger and then i put my head back down and my hands just sit their and theni wipe my tears and the blood is smugded al over my face, you try to make me feel better.

i push you away and you sit next to me but as you you sit down you disappear and i start running after you and you are going to fast i slip in the pool of blood and i am covered in blood but i dont care because you were gone and i cant find you i yell i call for you, but wait someone walks up to me it was the person i had killed the person that was lifeless not moving, and i did IT.

but wait again you come back i call your name and you have come back with people that will look after me but now all i want to do is run.but i cant, i cant move, you kiss me on the lips you hold it for a while then you broke it, i start to cry you wipe the tears you say goodbye forever and i will cry forever.

© By ANNABELLA On 8/1/2010 1:46:49 AM
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