bella wiltshire

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unwanted daughter


She cries at night holding onto her pillow tight tears roll down her face
she whispers 'where are u mum i need u'
she wipes away the tears, picks up a blade she say 2 herself 'its time to end this pain'
she cuts her wrist, watchs the blood drip
she whispers 2 herself 'i loved u mum but that wasnt good enough so now im here killin myself'
as she lays dere dying broken inside while she sits there crying
she whispers 'i loved u mum maybe u might care once im gone'
those were her last words
her dad came in 4 hours later that night he saw her laying there in a pool of blood and begin to cry
at the funeral the next week people cried & sobbed over her
but there was 1 person still standing strong not crying a weep
which was her mum

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: sad


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