jesica reeder

Rookie (1991 / missouri)

Suicide Note - Poem by jesica reeder

mom, dad, its not your fault.
Jodi, kev, nick and jamie, its not your fault
but david, its your fault
im sinking in the wals are closing.
there is nowhere to go
david led me here
i thought he really cared
theres no way out
im falling down
there is no ground
i will soon fly free
i will be with thee
david its all your fault.
now chace perry can die commit suicide
together we will be
together will be free
because of david
my dear sweet david
ill be gone tonight
chace be ready
ill come to you
ill take your hand
and be a freind
ill make the pain fade
nick it aint your fault
you did the best you could for me
but its up, all over
nothing will be the same
cause of david
the hateful cruel hidieous david
its all your fault


Comments about Suicide Note by jesica reeder

  • (1/12/2006 12:58:00 PM)


    Hi Jessica,

    I agree with Annapoorna on this, even though it can really suck at times, its never worth ending your life over, i've seen people go there, right to the edge, prozac, the lot, not pretty. But i've also seen them come round from it, with the help of family and friends, Just want to say, that if you ever want to chat, dropp a line, always a shoulder to cry on here: -)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 12, 2006



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