Derek Germain

Rookie (November 21,1985 - July 29,2037 / Escanaba)

Suicide - Poem by Derek Germain

suicide will be the cause of my demise.
death is my decision,
because life is my affliction.
and i when they're hurt, i won't appologize...

i close the casket upon myself.
and i dig my own grave
no one can save my cold damned soul.
our worthless god won't take me, my fate is in my control...


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  • (2/16/2005 9:37:00 PM)


    this is amazing. i love it. and herbert, i doubt this is jus a morbid fascination with suicide, no one can write something like this without feeling it. and people who are suicidal dont like to talk bout it...great work Derek (Report) Reply

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  • (1/19/2005 5:04:00 PM)


    I wonder what it is with you, this morbid fascination with suicide. Forgive me if I misread you and it is just poetry. It sounds quite real though (maybe just very good poetry?) I noticed you placed 'i' twice in the last line of the first stanza. If that is not intentional then it most certainly has a profound meaning.
    Think about it.
    And if you do want to talk about things (I am much more easy-going than it appears) , why don't you send something to my INBOX.
    Rumours have it that the afterlife does exist. But why do you think the Pope is so reluctant to go there?
    H
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 19, 2005



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