You're one I can never forget a sin,
I commit over and over again.
Like a sweet addiction on my breathe,
A craving I can't resist.
You're one regret I love to taste,
your substance abuse.
Drunkenness and naked in your glory,
Oh God give me one last drink.
You're a mistake a type of adultery,
That brings me pleasure.
I would choose you as my drug,
****** injected in my veins.
I keep wanting more even after I swallowed the bitterness.
The taste of methadone as it dissolves on your tongue.
The best mistake I made is your regret a taste I can never forget.
Candy81 © 3 days ago, Candra Creviston pain • rhyme • love • sad • death
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You said - Thanks What did you think?
Bury me alive
It's cold down here, no one
can hear me.
I know you are there, I smell
Is there a reason, you're here,
why are you just standing there?
It's wet and moist down here,
where am I, where have you taken me?
I'm "alive, please" "sweetheart, don't" bury me.
It's wet down here I can't breathe, help me!
I need "water, there's" a pungent taste and its hard swallow.
"No, "sweetheart" I didn't
do anything, that's not me laughing.
You can trust me just let me out,
so I can kiss you again.
It should be you down here,
you pathetic cry baby.
Bury me alive, I still will not die
I will haunt you awake or dreaming.
Dig my grave 6 feet deep and
I still will claw my way out of here.
They will find us in my grave with a suicide note you wrote.
Candra Creviston death • pain • love • sad • nature