Patrick Shields

Rookie (November 11th,1987 / Las Vegas)

My Final Note - Poem by Patrick Shields

I Hope Your Happy Because It's All Your Fault
I'm Sick Of This Feeling Of Lonliness That Won't Go Away
You Where Rebuilding My Shattered Heart Than All Came To A Sudden Hault
The Awful Feeling Of Lonliness and Depression Still Haunts Me Today

I Can't and Won't Go On Like This There Has To Be Something Better
But I Look To The Razor For Advice and It Gives Temporary Release
I Don't Want Temporary Cures I Want To Get Rid Of My Pain All Together
But I'm Told It's Impossible and That I'll Never Be At Ease

I Don't Know What To Do But I Have One Last Choice
I Could End My Pitiful Useless Life
Don't Think I'll Stop Just Because You've Asked In Your Kind and Caring Voice
I'll Do It Though With The Bullet Or The Knife I'll Do It Tonight

I Don't Want Any Medications My Minds Made Up
Theres Not Turning Back Now I Will Go Through With It
I Can't Take Anymore Heartache Or Dissapointment For This World I've Had Enough
The Time Is Almost Here I Light My Candles The Last Light I'll See As They Are Lit

They'll Find My Note Nailed To The Wall Above My Soon To Be Corpse
Just Remember That I Love All Of You Reads One Line
They'll Come In Looking For Me and There Faces Will Be Frozen In Horror
I Prepare Everything It Is Almost Time

Please Don't Cry For Me I'm Not Worth Your Tears
I'm Sorry But I Had To Do This You'll Never Understand Why
All I Was To You Was A Thorn In Your Side For 19 Years
Please My Dear Friends I Deserve No Pity Do Not Cry

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 20, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, January 20, 2012


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