It’s What You Do To Me

29 Feb

Voices in my head

driving me to the edge

screaming outloud

can no one hear me

I breathe in

close my eyes

try to block out the madness

Its like a cancer

A never ending disaster

I shout out to you

I cant stay cool

am freaking out

biting my nails, pulling my hair..what is next?

look at me

what have I become?

I feel sick


is there a cure

now am seeing rainbows

 and polka dot flowers


its like i am high

a pin deep in my thigh

i cant even feel it

detached from reality

its like a drug

 numb from the overdose

my thoughts, my will, my strength, a loss

sweaty palms, now butterflies

am slowly losing my mind

my senses

a sentence without spaces


its what you do to me




5 Responses to “It’s What You Do To Me”

  1. pattyamis February 29, 2012 at 6:22 pm #


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