“we break things not just as a means of release but also to see some other thing broken aside from ourselves.”*
You asked me how I got my hand broken And I told you it’s because the walls aren’t getting any weaker
While I, I am tired of trying hard and I’m too worn out to fight
I am fed up with all the things I used to love
so I’ve been thinking ’bout taking my life but I see the walls are all around and I get the urge to let it out
and so i do…
If I can no longer speak, the walls would for me;
they’d tell you a story on how I turn into something else when I’m sad, and how they stop me when I’m not in the right mind and they’d tell you about these little scars I have, and all of the frustrations I’m keeping inside.
You asked why and I told you, ’cause they hear me, when no one else will and they feel it all, every inch of my skin when I lay it on them
so if walls could speak, they’d tell you how I hurt them to hurt me every single night.
planning suicide taste-testing cyanide gun powder blush drunk driving lush hit on myself burried by a shelf pretty lace noose back-rolling caboose trip to a cliff rat poison spliff davey’s locker dive ****** du killer bee hive releasing the Kraken monoxide hose in the back end a sleep not to dream an end to the mean. a dip in formaldehyde planning suicide.
Lost and confused, he found a path. He followed it like the yellow brick road Looking to find the wizard of Oz For his one and only wish - HAPPINESS.
Yet, the yellow brick road he followed Only led him to a path of self-destruction; Because along the way he discovered distractions To numb the pain until he found the wizard. Until he found happiness.
He found comfort in those distractions Which quickly turned into addictions. Now he is stuck , In the middle of that yellow brick road .
Because the distractions he discovered along the way Were destroying his soul; one bottle of ***** And bag of **** at a time.
A part of him has given up on finding the wizard. So he indulges in his own self-destruction; stuck on a path that was meant to save him. To save him from himself.