Piercing The Sky, A Book of My Poems
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 178

Ah, the sun's blotted out tonight
My innocence has been destroyed
By the cruel swipe of my own hand
Such a strange impurity, I admit

It wasn't supposed to hurt like this
The way I laughed and how it felt
Feeling cheap, weak, I'm a whore
My decisions will soon be my death

I feel so used, I hate this feeling
This is how it really feels, oh yeah
Lock myself alone. What is wrong?
This was my choice, mine alone

Devastated, violated, it hurts inside
Like jagged spikes into my stomach
Scream like a banshee without relief
I can feel the paleness of my cheeks

Innocence conspired and shattered
Will I be able to eat something again?
What has happened, it's all my fault
I'm the worst of all, the king of hearts

I've never felt so crushed inside
And, no, I just can't do this anymore
I want to drop out of my own life
Go back to the womb, and repeat again


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