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marissa e '

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suicide countdown.


suicide, suicide i wish i was dead.
suicide, suicide oh how much my wrists have bled.
suicide, suicide were almost there.
suicide, suicide no more skin, the blade will tear.
suicide, suicide we have one week.
suicide, suicide so filled with relief, i cannot speak.

seven days, suicide; until i die.
six days, suicide; no longer will i cry.
five days, suicide; ooh i cant wait.
four days, suicide; until i meet my fate.
three days, suicide; till my last word is said.
two days, suicide; twenty four hours till im dead.
one day, suicide; till night tears through dawn.
today, suicide; i am dead, i am gone.







{ some Tiddely Winks person, copied and pasted my poem on their profile. I WROTE THIS, IT ANGERS ME SAVAGELY TO THINK SOMEONE TOOK MY POEM.! !

Submitted: Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Edited: Saturday, April 03, 2010

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  • Rookie Marissa e ' (4/3/2010 2:17:00 AM)

    Some 'Tiddely Winks' copied and pasted my poem and tried to pass it off as their own. Please do not think im the own who did the copying. I WROTE this poem. That 'Tiddely Winks' character REALLY REALLY pisses me off for doing that! (Report) Reply

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