Suicide - Poem by Della Perry
Do they feel the same as me?
Is the Black Dog following them also?
Growling in their ears
'End it all here! '
They have a cause, I fear.
Myself, I have a different calling
Sacrifice is okay with me
It implores me, I quite like it's company.
But I have no wish to take another's soul with my own
I prefer to be alone
It is my truth, no-one else's.
There's no cause, no minds to change
No-one I hate or wish to harm, to frighten
No-one to intimidate and shake till they believe the same as I.
Live and let live.
Die and let die.
My conscious is too strong
The waves of death are enticing
But no so much as to use your last breath
To kill innocents
I see no honour there
I see only their misguided thrill.
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