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To The Stage by Asking Alexandria

I think this video is really cool, but the ending is kinda creepy. This is NOT for people with a weak stomach.

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Noticed these question things yesterday

1)A song you like with a color in the title
Yellow by Coldplay

2)A song you like with a number in the title
Nine In The Afternoon by Panic! At The Disco

3)A song that reminds you of summertime

4)A song that reminds you of someone you would rather forget about
Call Me When You're Sober by Evanescence

5)A song that needs to be played LOUD
Broken Wing by Thousand Foot Krutch

6)A song that makes you want to dance
I Write Sins Not Tragedies

7)A song to drive to
Sooner Or Later

8)A song about drugs or alcohol
Another Bottle Down

9)A song that makes you happy

10)A song that makes you sad
Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin

11)A song that you never get tired of
I'm Not Okay (I Promise)

12)A song from your pre-teen years
Unknown Soldier by Breaking Benjamin

13)Your favorite first album song
Not The American Average by Asking Alexandria

14)A song that you would love played at your wedding

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Why Can't You See?

So, I have this other poem that I rediscovered while going through my notebooks from two years ago. So I'm going to share it with you guys. It's about getting over a broken heart.

Why Can't You See?

I can't breathe,
My chest is heaving,
I'm definitely wheezing,
Why can't you see?

I can't breathe,
My heart is racing,
I think it's breaking,
Why can't you see?

I can't breathe,
My mind is blanking,
I'm not thinking,
Why can't you see?

I can't breathe,
My muscles are tensing,
I'm not relenting,
Why can't you see?

I can't breathe,
My will is strengthening,
The sound is deafening,
Why can't you see?

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Poem I Hope Gerard Will Read

So I wrote a poem a few years ago, at the time I was thinking about killing myself, but thankfully I didn't because I wouldn't have met my boyfriend and get to enjoy Prom and Homecoming with an incredible guy. This is my poem in memory of my best friend Micheal Hutter who committed suicide the same year I wrote the poem. This poem is called Micheal.

Yeah. You said "I know life doesn't always go as planned. And I know what you said you've been through is true. So please put that blade down. It won't make the past and the pain disappear."