Allyson Gordon Poems
|123.||Stay Or Leave?||3/4/2008|
|124.||Death Is Stronger Than Love||3/4/2008|
|125.||If You’re Gone||7/13/2008|
|128.||After Life, After Death||3/4/2008|
|129.||The Father I Never Had||5/3/2006|
|131.||Love Said No||4/14/2008|
|133.||Music – (Acrostic)||3/4/2008|
|134.||Let Music Embrace||3/4/2008|
|135.||Join Me In Suicide||3/4/2008|
We will hold hands together
Laugh and smile together
Share our secrets together
And help each other together
We will confess our fears together
Wipe each other’s tears together
Confort each other together
And confide in each other together
We will talk about the darkness together
Write depressing poems together
Slit our wrists together
Scream in pain together
We will embrace sorrow together
Feel each other’s pain together
Plan our deaths together
And endure our suicides together
There once was a young girl fair.
With a heart big pure and made from gold.
But she had a father who it seemed didn’t care.
Towards her family he came off scary and cold.
But still she’d keep the faith,
No she’d never lose hope.
He wasn’t even acting as a mate.
It seemed like he treated her like a joke.