Dani Baxter

(10-13-1991)

The Suicide note or a suicide butterfly


the suicide note,
is hardest to write,
because you have to,
say goodbye,

Now this girl was stressed,
with bullies and boyfriends,
she hate to burn,
but her life was a thread,

now it's time to snip it,
here and now,
she wrote the note,
she didn't know how,

it said:
To my mother,
I love you so much,
To my father,
you too,
To all the haters,
Keep on hating me,
To my boyfriend,
Laters,
and this is a silent cry,
of a mistaken,
suicide butterfly,

will she see you in hell?
because her final trip out,
is leave the station...

she wants to give you a final good-bye...

Submitted: Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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