Treasure Island

Terry halvorson

(1984/12/07 / Fargo)

Jump to feel the fall


So life sucks
you think it's hard
what why
school sucks
a bad hair day
o I think I'll commet sucide
listen you have
a life and when
it sucks it just
gets that much better
open your mind
to the brighter
side of life
to save yourself
from a choice
you can't make
Twice

Submitted: Friday, March 21, 2008

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  • Jack Warren (3/27/2008 10:00:00 AM)

    So blunt! Its the perfect kick up the ass a lot of people need! Really like this! (Report) Reply

  • ~A Little Blue Bird~ (3/25/2008 9:40:00 PM)

    Well your poem gets right to the point. And it's awesome. I hope people who are thinking about ending their life takes a glance at your words! (Report) Reply

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