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The Last Sucide Note - Poem by nic nic

I have thought this over and over, i finally came
to the conclusion this is the only way out. I can't
stress no more, It was time to end it.

My last sucide note i got my gun put one bullet in it
cucked it back, Then begin to think I can't do this shit sobber
so i went on down to the liquor store got me a nice bottle
of that voka

then went to a friends house and got me a enough to roll me some thing up. then i began my journey on down,
to this last sucide note. i began thinkin what am i going to write
and i came up with this.

I was never loved everything was takin away from me
I've been though so much pain no one can ever explain wat has happen to me.i never shade a tear i never asked for help i was always silent cause no one really cared

I was an outcasted that never got anywere treated like durt
held in a prison in my moms home she always lefted me alone
my body was used and abused my soul ecaped along time ago

scared cause my body is still stuck in those days no one realizes it
but its time for me to be free from this world i have lived in a prison to the world its time for me to get away

I'm on my last drink its almost that time. dam i need a smoke hold on..............
Im back were was i o ya im tired of livin this pain the doctors can't help me the social workers can't help me shit god has to take way this pain i will be in a better place

my time to escape sucide is the only way well i must say goodbye word until we meet again thinks world for listenin to my pain


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  • Prince Obed de la Cruz (8/22/2009 2:27:00 AM)

    very well narrated and penned (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 11, 2009



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