jennifer mcguire

Pain - Poem by jennifer mcguire

My mind is aching I'm lost and alone, I'm lost in a world of transit with this cross I bare, tonight I contemplated suicide it's no act of selfishness when you've got freedom to live you've should have freedom to die and that is I, selfishness is the person who turns a blind eye and beckons you to carry on when the world is enough to make me die, I contemplated suicide tonight because I'm lost and lonely in this life

Topic(s) of this poem: painful, hurt

Form: Imagery

Comments about Pain by jennifer mcguire

  • Brian Mayo (10/27/2015 8:49:00 AM)

    I think you're a good writer, The hurt and desperation you're feeling comes across very clearly and powerfully in this. I wish I had magic words that could illuminate all the wonderful choices you'll have in the future- -and all of the joy that you'll bring to this world if only you don't give-up. Things change, Jennifer- -don't stop hoping, don't stop trying. (Report) Reply

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  • Edmund Strolis (10/26/2015 7:23:00 PM)

    A poem for you.............

    Each poem added each moment of every day.

    Here before your eyes they gather quietly.
    A drop added by you, a drop added by me.
    They are not gone like a waterfall.
    They swirl and flow sea to heart to sea,
    The sea needs you to help her to be.
    A place you can rest and drink peacefully.
    A welcome smile is free in the poet society.
    The silver lining always lies in our humanity.
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  • (10/26/2015 3:36:00 PM)

    Jennifer, I am hoping this is simply a creative poem of despair and not a reality for you. I f you are in this dark space I hope you are able to reach out to those who are willing to help as Pamela Sinicrope has suggested in her comment.
    You have such a talent. I read your first poem and was very impressed. You have magic in your pen. I hope you will keep writing.

    Love and hugs

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 26, 2015

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