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Allison Unknown


Suicide Wonders


I walk
Dead or Alive
I may look
Alive on the outside
But on the inside
Im dead
Some can see
Past the mask I put on
Everyday
To cover up
My true emotions
But do they say
Anything to anyone
Of course not
They want me dead
As much as I want
Myself to be dead
And that
Is truly a lot
I know
People do not
Want me around
And Im fine with that
I get it
So just think
When you hear
That someone in
Your school
Has commited suicide
Think
Wonder
If you were
A reason why
They commited suicide
And if you know
That do didnt
Think again
Because you
Could have done something
To help
Save that life

Submitted: Monday, November 16, 2009

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