I gaze in astonishment as the church bells ring
to signal the sealing of a fated love.
There she is, walking down the aisle of eternity
in bright white.
The only thing brighter than her dress,
I can’t help but concede to that contagious
grin of hers as she props her shoulders up in nervousness.
With my heart pumping rapidly, I tell myself
I always knew we would be in a wedding
together some day.
And I was right.
Here we are,
in this grand church.
You, standing beautifully across the rosy aisle,
We said goodbye like dearly departed
confused why this love had ended
when we even started; I looked into the mirror
and washed my hands of meds, saw my wrists were bloody
but the water stayed clean; went to class and went to bed
Not quite wishing, not quite wanting to be dead
Every morning I roll the dice
and lose with every try;
I still wake up breathing
My favorite slot machine,
the blue and black one right at the corner of the room.
I would sit there for hours, placing coins in it.
I remember winning so many coins in the past,
dozens upon dozens for just one,
but it’s been a long while since.
Some of the lights on the machine are
even broken and blacked out.
Should I try one more coin?
One more couldn’t hurt, right?
i told my mom that god has killed babies in the bible and she didn’t believe me so i searched it up and to my surprise
there’s a list???
JESUS FUCKING CHRIST
in conclusion god is an asshole
okay well I mean ten murders is still bad though so
god gambles with your souls pass it on
Kitten rejected by mother and raised by golden retriever
the fucking 90’s were mad
wtf did i just watched
I remember this so perfectly
These fake commercials were my favorite part of the Amanda Show