Darkangel Flyfree

Rookie (11/29/82)

My last breath


On this restless night
As I wake up with no air to breathe
Can't catch my breath
Heart beating slower and slower
All I think is, is this it
Is this my last breath
Is this my last night
Sitten here all alone empty and cold with no air in my soul
Nobody would no
Nobody would care if this was my last breath that I take
So why should I care or even try to breathe
When I could just take my one last breath and end all my pain and suffering
So now I lay down to rest and let death come upon me and take my soul
to a place where I can't feel no more.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, October 25, 2011

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  • Rookie (De Va) (11/9/2011 2:38:00 PM)

    wow..you so know how I feel at times....I am sure that you are also a Sister of My Soul.....as are a few others I have met here...hugs. n blessings (Report) Reply

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