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Cruel Life

By Amy Friauf

Sleeping in each others’ arms,
The world so distant and deaf;
Life is so cruel even when great–
And I’ve no clue why I left.

Your breath on my cheek
Soft kisses on my neck,
If this is an unholy sin,
Then, God, send me to Heck.

 

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Unheard Last Words

As I stair at the ceiling when sitting at home

Wishing I had someone to talk to but I’m alone.

Nobody can hear me when I bawl

And nobody hears my distant call.

 

I don’t understand what as happened to me,

Why do I feel so lost and empty?

I am a tool, a machine, I have no soul.

There’s something missing inside I don’t feel whole.

 

Will I be lonely for the rest of my life?

Will I ever have kids a house and a wife?

Shall I do the deed and pick up that knife?

Press against myself with a subtle slice?

Or reflect on my health and maybe think twice?

Will there be someone to stop me and give advice?

 

These questions I ask but nobody can hear,

As the world would remain if I disappear.

I wallow in self pity and cry my heart out,

Knowing I am not loved without any doubt.

 

I have heard there is nothing more pathetic than a cry for help

You either do or you don’t want to kill yourself

This makes me pathetic as well as a weirdo,

I guess it is time for me to go

 

I’ve disappointed my father and that’s what hurts most.

So it is now time to turn to a ghost.

However souls are ghost so I wont be one,

The only thing I will be is gone.

 

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