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Tired

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Tired


 I’m tired of trying to be strong
 But am afraid of being weak
 I hate the silence around me
 But no one company I seek
 
 Standing here alone
 Staring out the window
 Wondering what happen to my life
 Where did my happiness go?

 Yesterday I was just living
 Then love came into my life
 But love just stab me in the back
 With an old rusty knife

 And it hurt so much
 I didn’t want to live any more
 So by the time this poem is read
 I will be waiting at hells door

 I know she won’t cry for me
 Not for my worthless soul
 In fact I want her to be happy
 As they cover me in the hole

 She says how much she loves me
 But still she didn’t end my suffering
 She let society close her heart
 And left me in unimaginable pain

 I wish that family and friends
 Understand why I leave them behind
 Thought I know they will be angry
 But I hope they forgive me in time

 I know that my actions
 Will cause them a lot of distress
 But I’m just so tired of hurting
 I just want to lay my head and rest

 So please don’t cry over me
 Save it for someone who can hear
 Your tears will mean nothing
 For I will no longer be there

 I have no complains about life
 I just miss her so
 And it’s hard to make it thru, today
 And am afraid to face tomorrow

 How long can I hide in my smile
 While my blood slowly flows
 From the invisible wounds I bare
 That only she know

 How do I live without her?
 Her touch, smile, fragrance of her hair
 Her eyes, her chin, I rather die
 Than to live if she’s not there

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