Serenity Martinez


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Inside am crying,
Inside am dying,
My heart is tired,
Of all u liars,
No one can hurt me,
No not even you,
I don’t feel a thing,
I can’t hear your screams,
Just pull the trigger,
And watch me sink,
Watch the blood,
Melt on the white carpet,
And Stain the floor,
See the tears and blood,
blend together coming,
Out of my eyes,
Flowing Forever out
Just stand there and watch me,
Slit my throat and watch me,
Fade away into the, Darkness of no return,
Walking in the dark, all alone,
You start to ache,
so you moan,
People stop and glance,
But you're lost in a trance,
You were dieing and u didn’t
Even know it

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2005
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  • Rookie ***** ********* (12/29/2005 8:49:00 PM)

    Interesting way of dealing with the subject of suicide SM. Is the you at the end of your poem you, or the person the poems speaks to at the beginning of the piece, I wonder? We're all dying SM, just some of us do it more gracefully than others, but be assured we all go the same way in the end. 9 from Tai, wish you a good 2006 (Report) Reply

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