Author: Brittany Walker
A simple smile
a simple tear.
Now staying alive
is her biggest fear.
A simple little knife
that can cause so much pain.
That can take her little life
by a simple slash of the vain.
A simple hello
a simple good bye.
Because of depression
now she wants to die.
As the blood run free
everything starts to fade.
Making it harder to see
but can still feel the blade.
She trys to resist
her death for a moment more.
To wantch the blood run out of her wrists
as she tares opean a new sour.
She finally lets herself go
to hell with her soul.
Hoping no one will know
the flames will never turn to coul.
No more pain
no more depression.
No more going insain
she has succeded in her ubsession.
She hopes her parents find her
and feels her pain.
Becomes so insacure
that they do the same.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Krystal Lytle (220.127.116.11) -- Thursday, November 13 2003, 02:24 am|
I love all of your poems!!!! You have to promise me that you will make a book of all of your poems. I will be the 1st person in line for your autograph. : ) lol
|Megan (18.104.22.168) -- Friday, November 14 2003, 02:13 am|
Theres so much talent in your words. I hope things get better for you. I relate to how you expressed your feelings in this one , I hope things lighten up for you.
|kori hollister (22.214.171.124) -- Friday, November 14 2003, 05:52 pm|
timmy you have so much talent. keep writing and expressing yourself. i luv ya
|Ashley R (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, December 14 2003, 10:40 pm|
Who's this poem about, Brit? Hopefully not you! Anyways good poem! Talk to you later
|amanda (188.8.131.52) -- Monday, August 30 2004, 09:23 am|
i love this poem and i love all your poems the same but i can really rlate to this one as i have felt like taking my life before now but as i now things get better i hope they do for you. also you have to promise to write all your poems into a book cus i wud buy it and so wud many others
Click here to read other Poems by Brittany Walker
Copyright©2018-1999 by Rebecca R. Hammack
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: All Rights Reserved. No part of this website, including all pictures and written words, may be reproduced or copied in any manner from this website without permission of the original author of the work. All poetry and pictures herein remain the sole property of the original author and/or copyright owner. All poetry on this website has been submitted by the original author of the work. To contact any author of the work please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org so the proper person may be notified.