Heavy Dose of Morphine

Heavy Dose of Morphine

A Poem by Meg Craft
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Kinda lyrics I wrote today.

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I need a heavy dose of morphine

To get me through the day

Cause it's so hard to find the light

Through the pouring rain

I'll let my valium be my guide

And I'll just drift away

Cause I can't stand to see these freaking faces

One more time today


Go forget all that I said

Like I just don’t exist

Cause I don’t even wanna belong

In a messed up place like this

You all are just as mad at me

For things you just can’t change

But still you act you belong

Now isn’t that strange?


So maybe we’re both crazy

And don’t know what love is

But can I ask you this


Give me a heavy dose of morphine

To get me through the day

Cause it’s too hard to look for light

Through the pouring rain

I’ll let my valium by my guide

And I’ll just drift away

Cause I can’t stand to see these freaking faces

One more time today


One promises he loves me

But he’s not even around

One seems to show some interest

Then knocks me to the ground

The other is just some ex lover

Who’s no where to be found


I’ll beg for just a drop of morphine

To forget yesterday

Cause it’s so dark behind these tears

That fall like pouring rain

So please forgive me if I leave

Cause I’m not here to stay

I’ll never forget all these faces

Anytime soon today

© 2012 Meg Craft


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wow this is great!! love how it flows

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Added on September 4, 2012
Last Updated on September 4, 2012
Tags: pain, suffering, love, confusion, heavy, dose, of, morphine, lyrics, raeanne, echo, imfeld

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Meg Craft
Meg Craft

Boone, NC



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My name is Meg. I am nineteen with a lover named literature and an affair with music. I have old writing up here from middle/high school that's probably pretty cringey. Feel free to peruse it for a g.. more..

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