Danielle Huffman

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Suicidal Ideation - Poem by Danielle Huffman

I hate life and I want to die
No one around me seems to care
How bad I hurt
Maybe I will slit my wrist
Or tie a stone to my ankles
And plunge into a river
Maybe I could go take an overdose
She will never know it
I wish I had a gun
That I could put up to my temples
And not even think about pulling
The freaking trigger
Death would be instant
Instead of dying inside slowly
Every one keeps showing me love
Saying that it can't possibly be that bad
Just shut the hell up
Because you don't know me
You don't know my freaking situation
So please I don't want to hear that anymore
And I don't want to talk about it
Because there is nothing that anyone can do
But to step back
Before you get blood on your freaking shoes

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 4, 2010

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