Marcia Gravett


Suicide Blonde - Poem by Marcia Gravett

I heard the news today
A chill ran through my spine
You said goodbye
To the world today

I wish I could of
Told you what hindsight has told me
I wish I could of
Taught you what you taught me

In your bed
You lay there crying
Why did I not hold you?
Tell you all would be okay?
Why did you leave me?
When all was not okay

A blonde haired girl was your reason
Why Oh why?
She dedicated a song on the radio in your respect
Little did she know that we all were listening?

I will never again hear your voice
Call my name
Jump for joy
At the sound of your car
You will never see me cry
You will never hear our song played on the radio

Lord above
Please protect this man
I so love
Put an extra angel for him
Tell him I will be okay

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  • (10/17/2007 5:31:00 PM)


    aww this is the best and sadist poem ever im having all my friends read it (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006



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