Amy Louise Kerswell

Rookie - 26 Points (4/6/87 / Bath)

Amy Louise Kerswell Poems

361. I Miss You So Much 1/27/2008
362. Goodbye World 11/22/2007
363. How Load Is Pain? 10/31/2007
364. Please Don'T Hurt Me. 8/13/2007
365. Sea And Oceans 8/11/2007
366. Psycotic Episode 8/3/2007
367. When The Time Comesand I Top Myself What Will You Think Of Me Now? 8/3/2007
368. Realeasing The Pain 7/23/2007
369. Zoo Is You 7/3/2007
370. To Those I Leave Behind 6/14/2007
371. Goodbye 5/31/2007
372. Please Dont Be Sad 6/11/2007
373. Queen Faliure 6/6/2007
374. One Final Letter 6/4/2007
375. Please Dont Judge Me 6/4/2007
376. Please Let Me Out 6/4/2007
377. Enemys 4/3/2007
378. Open Your Eyes 5/28/2007
379. I Thought Of Dying Today 4/1/2007
380. Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep 4/1/2007
381. No Direction 6/19/2013
382. Depression Aint No Flu 6/19/2013
383. Depression Knocks At My Door 3/1/2012
384. Goodnight World 5/31/2007
385. Poweres That Hold Forever 6/4/2007
386. Remember I Told You 2 6/4/2007
387. On My Way Out Of This World 6/4/2007
388. The Child Inside Of Me 6/4/2007
389. My Time On Earth Is Done 6/2/2007
390. Lifes Path 6/3/2007
391. Bitter And Twisted 6/8/2007
392. But I Miss You Gran 1/27/2008
393. Borrowed Time 5/31/2007
394. Dear Grandad 5/31/2007
395. Risks And Dangers 8/3/2007
396. Take Me For Who I Am 6/4/2007
397. A Poem To Borderline 3/7/2012
398. Please Can I Have My Dad Back 2/17/2013
399. The Silent Child Never Spoke 6/4/2007
400. Death Is Nothing At All 6/20/2007

Comments about Amy Louise Kerswell

  • Me, an intellectual (1/29/2018 9:38:00 AM)

    The fact that you managed to bang out 400+ suicidal poems is impressive by itself. Most trolls who try something like this for attention give up after about five. The thing is, the dates when the poems were published don't add up. The streaks of 10 or fifteen poems a day and then a month long hiatus is weird enough but the huge hiatus's towards the end of your works just goes to show that the probability of you actually having killed yourself is slim to none. Whatever. (1/2)

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  • Amber Millar (8/3/2007 7:03:00 AM)

    Amy, your poetry is amazing! I believe that you should publish some of your work because it is so brilliant! You might like my poems Perfect Girl, Hope you had a nice Father's Day and Forgive and Forget! please reply xxx

  • Walt Martin (6/14/2007 5:42:00 PM)

    Hi Amy! ... just a quick note to let you know that I'm 'officially' a new member with much catching-up to be done. As noted in an earlier comment, this date, I 'found' one of your newer poems. Although I lack the technical expertise to venture far into the realm of what is proper syntax, structure, and such, I did want to let you know that I recognized the depth (and power, hence the 'OUCH! ') in your poetry, and that I'll include your expressions in my 'favorites' to watch for, along with ten other poets I've been lucky enough to find. There's much (very much) that I've missed. I did want to let you, M.R., E.F., and your other colleagues aware of my appreciation. Thanks! walt

Best Poem of Amy Louise Kerswell

Depression Isn'T Obvious Suicide Is

Depression isn't obvious but suicide is.
My pain nobody sees.
My my mangled body they shall see.
My head was all but a mess.
Depression overtaking me.
Suicide was to be my bid for freedom.
Becuase deppression isn't obvious but suicide is.

Depression is never obvious even when its staring them in the face.
But now suicide will be obvious how can it not?
Now my life is too much to bear.
Suicide I shall commit.
Now its obvious but its all too late.

Read the full of Depression Isn'T Obvious Suicide Is

Imprisoned

I was imprisoned.
You put me there for my own saftey judge.
I hated you.
I'd suffered a grate deal of pain.
All I wanted was a way out.
Just to be free from it all.

But you punished me
You sent me to prison.

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