Biography of Jessica Bunnell
Jessica Bunnell Poems
At any moment in this lifetime, There’s a tragedy ahead. We don’t know where each path will lead, In mere seconds, we could be dead.
It seems as though I have no friends, Those I've had are gone. They said they'd be here 'til the end, But that's better said than done.
My life’s been filled with sorrows and fears And always with those retched tears. But now it all seems to be falling apart. You rushed into my life and when you left, you broke my heart.
'Though I Chose Death
'Though I chose death instead of pointless pain, please forgive the manner of my leaving. My love and need for all of you remain.
A girl and a boy, They were the best of friends. Elementary to high school, Beginning to end.
I think the time has come to move on. Not quite, but just about. It would be nice to have it like it used to be, But it’s time to face the music and just
Mothers who will Never bear children Smile.
I swear I’ve seen your face today, In the glitter of the newly-risen sun. And then I heard the jaybird say, “Their work on earth is done.”
I love my Mom, She’s very neat. We have lots of fun times, And she always tickles my feet.
I remember when boys meant yuck And friendships were new. Our dreams were not shattered, Our worries were few.
My life’s been filled with sorrows and fears
And always with those retched tears.
But now it all seems to be falling apart.
You rushed into my life and when you left, you broke my heart.
There are many things I wish I would’ve said.
But if I say them now, they are nothing but dead.
Dead to you ears, and dead to your soul,
Dead to your heart as you dig yourself deep in a hole.