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Posted July 21, 2014
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<p> there's goosebumps on her skin
<br> but she can't feel the chill.
<br> the pills always win
<br> she can't tell what's real.
<p> substance clouds her mind
<br> one pill at a time.
<br> she tries to speak
<br> but words are hard to find.
<p> she's crying and screaming
<br> she just wants her mother.
<br> she finally finds her,
<br> bleeding under the covers.
<p> Poem 2.
<br> 'he's gone, he's gone'
<br> is all i can think.
<br> as i try to keep calm
<br> and cling to the sink.
<p> his body is there,
<br> but it's not alive.
<br> all that is left
<br> are the pills still inside.
<p> father, please tell me
<br> how did you swallow so many?
<br> i want to die too,
<br> if god would just let me.
<p> okay, that is all. two crappy poems about both of my parents' suicide and my attempts. i'm not advertising this, so probably no one will read these. i don't really care, i posted these more for me than for you, anyways.
Posted July 20, 2014
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