vickie fuhriman

Rookie (April 29,1994 / Logan, Utah)

Which Way Out? - Poem by vickie fuhriman

This life of mine,
is such a wast of time.
I'm not sure what to do!
To end my life
or to live it fully.
That is the question
I must answer.
Though love has found me
in many places,
it doesn't seem to be enough.
My family will give me up,
pssibly before the time is right.
But I am strong for life.
I have lived through much.
The births and deaths
along with love and heartbreak
are supposed to make me stronger.
Instead it makes me want to die.
I will live with suicide and depression,
on my shoulders.
Forever and Always...

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Comments about Which Way Out? by vickie fuhriman

  • (6/14/2008 7:04:00 PM)

    Well, quit talking like that! You must live life fully. When you are 28, twice the age you are now, you will look back and see that the problems you are having now were only speed bumps, and you will be glad that you saw them as such and moved on to have a happy and productive life. In the meantime, you must stop feeling sorry for yourself and invent your life. You are strong for life; be strong for others and be productive. There is no time for complaining or self loathing, or whining. You have too many dreams to dream and too much drive to do anything other than pursue them with all your might- and if the person I describe is not you, the question is, 'Why not! ' Either way, make it so! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 13, 2008

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