So Much Hurt
So much hurt, sorrow, pain
What I had so briefly lost
A pain I never wanted to know
Why, why are you so cold
Anxiety, my shadow
Anxiety, my demon
Once again tearing from me what I held so dear
How could you be so cold
Thought I knew you, you were so kind
But you're not, you're like all the others
Go on abandon me, I don't need you
I don't need people like you
Leave me, go ahead and leave me!
You are not what you proclaim to be
Let not your presence draw near to me
Let not your face turn toward me again
You are the embodiment of all that has brought me to this place
Agony, agony tearing at my soul
Turning, churning a knife embedded in my chest
How could this end this way
Why does everything I love turn on me
Like a snake you've struck at me
Like a wounded soldier I still carry on
When will true friendship be shown
When will love finally be known
My friend you once we're and now I fear you are no more
But like a friend I wait, wait for you to turn back to me
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