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By , Flower Mound, TX
He might need some help but
There is no one there
Just eyes of mockery
She might be fighting death
No help no understanding
Just eyes watching her misery
While they fight


Every one is
Watching


Thinking

While they are









Cutting
Screaming




Crying
Feeling the pain

The tears’ are depression
Never pain never pity.
He sits in the corner
Awaiting death



Awaiting tragedy
To come and seek his misery


To eat off of it
To kill him already

Her parents aren’t there



Never were
Never will be
They don’t understand

Her heart full of misery
Of abandon souls


You see




The blood
The knife




The tears
But that’s only part of the story
The pain they go through is unimaginable
Some have tried to escape alive

Some succeeded




Most fail
Well you don’t care

You don’t ever try to see
What their heart is saying
You only see the pain from one side

The misery for all eternity
They can’t relive the pain


It’s no ordinary pain





They might love
They might feel



Extra worry
Extra pain
The want of death so strong



It seems a need
Some feel so much they do suicide.





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miracle_of_hope said...
Aug. 8, 2011 at 4:17 pm
nnnggggwwwwwwwww this is well written. bluntly honest but written from the right perspective.
 
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