kerry green

Rookie (11/5/1988 / LONDON)

Im In Control - Poem by kerry green

IM IN CONTROL

Let me lay here in my pool of blood.
Please don’t take me.
Let me die in my own self inflicted excruciating pain.
Please don’t save me.
I never want my eyes to be conscious again.
Please do not remember me as the lonely girl in the corner all dressed in black.
Remember me as the girl who chose her fate, instead of waiting for my number and my name to turn up on some grim reapers list.
Even thou I don’t have control over anything; I will make myself be in control of this.
Please don’t spare me.
I feel woozy now even thou I’m in a lot of pain, I’m overwhelmed with peace I’m in control again.
Everything is turning black now soon I will be gone my heart is slowing down now, it wont be that long, my eyes are feeling sleepy now my body gone into shock.
Now I feel numb.
Please do not forgive me for I know what I have done.
I have sinned I have taken control of my life in which you gave me
Please do not feel pity, do not feel sorrow or pain, I have found my self control I’m in control again.
“copyright 2009 Kerry Green all rights reserved”
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Comments about Im In Control by kerry green

  • (2/8/2010 5:12:00 PM)


    I think if I would like to take over the control by commiting a suicide, probably I would hang myself on an oak tree...
    Thank you for sharing... I might get inspired and post something in response and of course you will be the first to know...
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  • Analogous To Tower 7: Ameaning (2/8/2010 4:51:00 PM)


    Very explicit work. I have a roommate that attempted to take control in this manner and having talked with her over the years about it, I think this piece is.... (I guess) accurate. I'm giving it a 10. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 8, 2010



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