No Cure

May 21, 2011
By AliceAngel DIAMOND, Shreveport, Louisiana
AliceAngel DIAMOND, Shreveport, Louisiana
60 articles 52 photos 8 comments

Favorite Quote:
This brick wall I tried so hard to build, is tumbling down. - Me (AliceAngel)

If drama were vodka, everyone at my school would be drunk. - Chloe, one of my friends.


Drowning in her tears,
falling to the floor.
Painfully going through the years,
nothingness filling her to the core.

With no one to save her,
she's lying there.
She's falling down for sure,
'cause it seems that no one cares.

She feels so cold,
she feels so dead.
She's been told to hold,
hold on to her head.

This painful life,
a life full of misery.
Hoping she'll be stabbed with a knife,
and be out of her misery.

With her wish coming true,
she falls to the floor.
We now know there's nothing we can do,
because we know there's no cure.


The author's comments:
I don't know what i was thinking when i wrote the first two stanzas of the poem, but i had gotten that far and two days later, decided to try to finish the poem. So i did. Most of my poems, when i'm writing them, i'm thinking of them as songs instead of poems. But i actually do write songs and they're not so different from one of my poems, such as this one.

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