Some Deaths

February 21, 2017
By jewel.crayons BRONZE, Germantown, Wisconsin
jewel.crayons BRONZE, Germantown, Wisconsin
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Some deaths don't need a funeral,
Some deaths don't need a grave,
Some deaths go unnoticed,
Lives no one knew to save,
And though there isn't a body,
A soul has been decidedly lost,
Somebody has become a hollow shell,
The ends of their heart begin to frost,
And though you cannot comprehend,
The battle that's inside,
You can see them dying in their eyes,
As they decide to quit the ride;
There are too many ways to loose one's self,
Too many ways to go,
But if they can have a breath hope,
Perhaps life they may once again know.

The author's comments:

Sometimes the only person that can save you is yourself.

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