Timothy Long

(September 11 1996 / Auburn, New York)

With Out A Whisper 2


long ago you left with out a whisper you left with out saying a word, you always said you were alright, but you weren't and everyone was to foolish and blind to see that you were hiding behind a mask of happiness, but then you took off your mask for your friends and you relized it wasn't so bad, until that fateful day came when you let some one in and they almost destroyed you people saw and laughed, they didn't know the truth, you tried to play it off with a fake smile, but even for you it was to much to handle, so you gave everyone hugs goodbye and you even said goodbye to me, then the weekend came after school was done and you were all alone, you were in a raging battle to live or die, but it became to much and you lost the fight, that morning you took your own life, that was the day when everyone's eyes were finally opened, now you maybe dead but you will never be forgotten by anyone, may you rest in peace, even in death you are loved and remembered

Submitted: Thursday, November 07, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 08, 2013

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