You Feel Like Home

You Feel Like Home

A Poem by Amber Dawn Agin

You're the only thing that ever has

There's comfort in
being sad..
being broken..
being lost..
I can wrap it around me
cuddle into it like a security blanket
wrap myself into the darkness and
lose touch completely with reality
Everything is meaningless
Everyone is temporary
I still have you, thank god
my razors;
still in my top dresser drawer
you slide satisfyingly across my skin
drips of red dying wads of tissue paper
Yes, I still have you;
the only thing left when I'm alone again
You feel so much like home to me

© 2017 Amber Dawn Agin

Author's Note

Amber Dawn Agin
venting about my relapse

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Added on January 22, 2017
Last Updated on January 22, 2017
Tags: self harm, depression, mental health, suicidal, suicide, borderline personality disorder, bpd, blood


Amber Dawn Agin
Amber Dawn Agin

Harrisburg, IL

Just your typical 19 year old girl that's kinda messed up in the head and thinks she can be poetic *shrugs* more..