Kimberly lambright

Rookie (4-12-1993 / Tenneesse)

Silver Tears - Poem by Kimberly lambright

Silver tears fall from the sky.
I cry out in pain as each tear falls to my skin.
I thought everything was going to be better.
Things just got worse.
I never wanted this pain in my heart to be here.
I wish I could just end it all in one simple plan.
Maby there is a way.
I think and think and think about it and only one thing comes to my mind.
Can that be the only solution?
Would killing myself really help ease the pain.
If I left this world who would care about me enough to cry at my funeral?
Would anyone even miss me when I am gone?
Would you shed a single tear for me?
Would you even lift your fingers to say goodbye?
Would you even kiss my forehead to show me that its alright?
Even if I told you I never wanted to see you again?
Would you still be there to show me that you loved me?
I just cant take this pain much longer.
I need it to end like now.
So, slowly I walk to the bathroom and shuffle through the cabinet.
I find what I am looking for.
In the small corner of the right is a small hole.
I hide three razor blades in it last year.
I knew I would need them one day again.
I sat on the floor and cryed for hours.
No one did anything.
I know every one could hear me but they only heard the tears of
A young heart broken girl.
What do I hear though?
I hear the pain of a girl who is thinking about death and nothing at all.
I take the blade and slowly pass it over my wrist.
Red liquid pours out.
I wince at the pain
Just a little deeper.
Just a few more.
I cut several more times on the same arm.
I do the same amount on the other arm.
More blood pours out onto the floor.
I turn on the radio and put my cd in.
(you are the strength…….that keeps me walking) {Lifehouse lyrics not my own}
I cry even harder.
I fall to the ground.
Darkness takes over.
I no longer hear anything.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 6, 2010

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