Death

Death

A Chapter by The Reverend, S. D. Blankenship DD. Ph. D.

See I told you no one would miss me, but you didn't

Understand. When I died I saw you you did not cry, though

I told you to miss me, you never did. I took the pill and waited

Changing, trying to heal. I never did. You knew I loved you, for

I told you everyday. Now I burn in hell for you to live so well.

Did you even care about me at all, you never came to stop me

Everyone, but you saw me fall.



© 2012 The Reverend, S. D. Blankenship DD. Ph. D.


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Deep and haunting but realistic feelings. It's like wanting to be a fly on the wall to see the repurcussions. Even though you may feel this person may not mourn, in time, it smacks one in the face. Great expression and your emotions made me almost tear up.

Posted 6 Years Ago


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I love the way you wrote this. Full of pain and sadness! Excellent write!!

Posted 8 Years Ago


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i really love the way you wrote this. great job! 10/10

Posted 8 Years Ago


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This is sad really, but you express yourself well.

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

is never the right answer,
but great poem about a terrible subject

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

awwwwwwwwwwww it sounded like you've had alot of bad experinces

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Posted 9 Years Ago


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When I read this poem, I get the image of two things: the lover who has no regard for the narrator, and the narrator who tried to make it work. I don't know the events that led up to the event, nor should I feel it was necessary to explain. The narrator of the poem, I think may been alienated from his world, or him from the world. The relationship, for what it is, the poem exposed is deftly handled. I feel extreme dissatisfaction from the narrator of how his events came about, and sadness in the fact that the narrator took a desperate measure in order to get the kind of response that perhaps he has been desperately looking for in his life, led to disappointment. Questionably, I think about the relationship between the family and friends to the narrator. The responsibility likely lies there. Maybe that's just speculation. The poem is sad and styled for proper effect; for example, pay attention to lines one and two: "but you didn't/understand" and "..cry, though" expresses, I think, the lover's lack of sympathy/empathy on the part of the narrator.
It's a sad end. I thought you did well with this.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


Very nice passionate expression of sadness and lament poetry.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Great expression, great poetic tone and voice. You're talented. Keep it up.

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Posted 9 Years Ago


I, personally, have trouble dealing with the subject of suicide, for personal reasons. I wish that I could tap into those personal reasons and create the type of feeling that you expressed. My grandmother succeeded, a lover of mine succeeded, and a friend of mine just keeps trying (he can't seem to get it right.)

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Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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