I Wish I Was

I don't want nights to end

I don't want days to begin

And I know I'll spend my entire life

Wishing I was six feet under

Crushed under water pressure

Old blood stains on the stone dirty alley

Bones and grit in places unrecognizable

Picture in the papers

40 words on a daily column

Wooden frame with pretty flowers

Tears of strangers

Hushers and whispers

A wall hanging

A shooting target

Flyer at the speed of free fall

Hitting rock bottom i cant crawl out of

A disease

A curse

I wish I was

 

poetry

◄ Don't Look At Me

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