I knew a boy who liked to draw
He drew pictures nobody saw.
He was most artistic late at night
In the bathroom, out of sight.
He kept a secret no one knew
He didn't tell a soul and his gallery grew.
His drawings were different, no paper or pen,
But needed a bandage now and again.
We stood by the river under the stars,
He rolled up his sleeves and showed me his scars.
He felt embarressed and looked down at his shoe,
Then I rolled up my sleeves and whispered, "I draw too."
All my life I gave everyone a part of my heart, I cared and I loved. Now there's hardly enough left to survive and everyone is gone.
I think she is caught between who she is and who she wants to be.
I couldn't stand to be loved so this is why every single relationship broke.
-How do you feel? -I don't. It's like I could smell chocolate but I can't taste it. There's no flavour on my tongue. I don't feel anything. I'm rotting inside out.
Oh how lucky you are. Wakeing up from your nightmare every morning.
All I wanted was you to hold me but you left without any doubt.
The hardest part of wakeing up in the morning is remembering everything you tried to forget last night.
Listen closely to the songs I play because the lyrics speak the words I fail to say.
You stole the love I saved for myself. Then I watched you giving it to someone else.
Bitte lies dir nicht zu viele von diesen Sprüchen durch... Das habe ich auch getan während ich in der Psychiatrie war und das ist alles andere als förderliche für eine gesunde Psyche. Schau dir die Seite We Heart It an - da findest du nicht nur Bilder mit solchen Sprüchen, sondern auch viel Positives und Schönes.LG Annika