emotional :)

In my dreams, my silent screams. They set me free and let me be. I sing myself lullaby's with lonely cries. Going through changes that I can only see. Please let me go my way, let me stay. I give my love and you turn away. There's nothing to do but think of you. I spend my day alone this way. People are always telling me to smile, like smiling is going to just take away all the hurt and pain. Well I've tried that I've tried hiding my sorrows and covering the sadness in smiles and what I've learned is that when it hurts this much inside your heart always has a way of showing it no matter how many masks you wear. I can't believe it happened, I tried to stop it but I couldn't. I finally broke, I have no fight left in me. I thought I could keep this all inside of me, all bottled up. I thought if I put it in the back of my mind it would all just go away in due time. I was wrong, keeping all these emotions inside just got too much to handle and now here I am, broken down and defenseless. I'm in tears, I can't hold them back any longer. Tonight, tonight I'll cry. I'm going to let everything out, everything I've been keeping deep inside.

EMO \m/

Note by John Rey Ciupan
5 years, 8 months ago

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