Green masks my grotesque face.
Saggy skin, abandoned by life.
A souls vacant shell,
under newly upturned soul.
Time has passed
Since I was last here And I wonder, Is it because Im happier now?
The best pain of today
Is the hope you had yesterday, Loosing to the regrets of what is passed; Now, pick up, Pick up, Pick up the shards And wound yourself; Wound yourself hard
2 in the morning, can't go back to sleep yet.
Their hearts were broken
Without doubt It was too sad to bear Whenever he saw her out Passed like she wasn't there
It is so sad to watch two people who obviously love eachother so much pretend like they don't
There is the moment
of release when the trouble is passed and continuing to dwell becomes unhealthy— but take care this fragile moment must not be rushed.
The day you passed away,
I couldn't see the sky. Too many tears fell from my eyes. But they weren't tears of grief. They were tears of relief. Because even though I'd never be able to hug you As you walked through the door, I knew you weren't in pain anymore.
Love is written in words and blood
Pain is anger and tears Yet my hope is written as shattered Scattered and devoured over the years Each step I take is meaningless Each thing I say, empty I have nothing inside me left except the memories of people who leave me As time drags on, my bones dry out My skin wrinkles and sags What is the point if there's no one to walk with to talk with for everyone else has passed
Dear those who have passed,
You were the guiding light To those of us who were in the dark You helped us through our darkest times Even when you suffered more You shaped us Molded us Built us into the people we are today Even when your own body wanted to take you away You deserve the world Just like the one you gave to us So thank you for your Words Actions and Deeds That lead us here today Wish you the best, The one you guided home
This goes out to my teacher in High school who recently lost her battle with cancer. She was a light that was put out too soon. You are forever in our hearts Mrs. Taylor.