Patrick Shields

Rookie (November 11th,1987 / Las Vegas)

Simplistic Suicide - Poem by Patrick Shields

I've Lived A Mundane Life Full Of Mistakes
So What Really Stopping Me From Taking My Own Life
My Heart Full Of Malice and Head Full Of Hate
With The Barrel Of A Gun Or The Blade Of A Knife

I Always Dreamed This Would Be The Way I Ended Up
But I Never Really Thought This Dream Would Come True
I'm Tired Of The Lies and Broken Promises Enough Is A Enough
Trust Me I'll Have A Smile On My Face When You Find My Body Of Blue

Family That Pretend To Love Me Have No True Affection
Never Offering Any Help Up When I Need A Hand
All They've Shown Me Is Pain and Affliction
Kick Me When I'm Down While I'll Bleeding On The Sand

You Can Call It Suicide Or That I Gave Up I Don't Care
It's Just Another Failed Life and Nothing More
Don't Care If You Cry For Me Or Say It Wasn't Fair
I Was Really Never Ok Not Now Or Before

You Have All Just Been Too Busy Or Preoccupied
To Notice The Monster That I've Become
Will You Ever Notice That I Committed Suicide
I'm Nothing That You Knew I'm No Longer Your Son

So Just Keep Living The Way You Are Today
Only Concerned About Yourself and Haughty
You'll Wish You've Helped Before I Became So Fray
When You'll Walk Into My Room and Find My Limp Body

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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