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Finally I Can't Cope


Ugly, fat, worthless
Mean, obnoxious, dumb
Why me? What did I do?
That's the thing, if I only knew…

Pain is a relief
Cutting every night
Punishing myself
For what they did

Mum, dad they try to help
I don't need help, I'm normal
Appointment after appointment
When will it stop?

Skinny that's all I want
Even if it means death
Never used to like the bones
But now it's a different story

Sad eyes, happy smile
No one see's what's going on
Laughing, having fun?
Never.

Voice after voice
Don't eat, you fat pig
Kill yourself already
Worthless cow

I say shut up
They say no
I say stop
They say no

It's an endless cycle of depression
Never again will I call someone fat
Because now I know, now I know
I know how it feels to be unwanted

Finally I have had enough
Finally there is no hope
Finally I have given up
Finally I can't cope

The tears come streaming down my face
When will this torture go away?

Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 26, 2012

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Comments about this poem (Finally I Can't Cope by laura random )

  • Rookie Anita Sehgal (10/2/2012 3:33:00 AM)

    the deep anguish.. the agony so well expressed... there is real beauty beyond the body... (Report) Reply

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