Dear God, Help Me
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 35

The first poem I wrote in my notebook in school on Thursday, this poem is a rhymer about Kellsie, again.


Are you hanging from your edge
Or are you waiting for the end?
Weathering the storm with
The demons still crawling in?

Something's got a leash on me
And I'm sure it's got you, too.
It slowly drags me in,
Back to my broken promises.

Should I call out for you?
When you took everything,
I was left with nothing.
And I felt so empty.

I'm still learning to
Live my life without you.
You're the fuel to my fire,
But I know you're a liar.

And I like the way you say
That you hated every day.
When did you care, anyway?
You left me here to decay.


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