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


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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It's sad, and painful. It was creative with the use of the word S-U-I-C-I-D-E. It's kind of sad how sometimes the one person you wish would love you, and care for you in your time of need does not.

Danni J

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Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This describes suicide like it really is or can be, a cry out for help, for attention from the one you love. Your poem is really heartbreaking since everyone could see what was going on but not the person who brought you in despair... That someone must be very cold hearted to let somebody die without even trying to resucitate ...
Do stay with us!
Please keep on writing!


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Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Um, very interesting. I love the way it is writen, could use a touch up and there but other then that I truly love this.



Jake

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Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 2 people found this review constructive.

I love how you incorporated the word S-U-I-C-I-D-E into a poem. This poem made me frown..It is really good!..But also sad. I enjoyed reading it very much, but the pain inside the words was a lot for me to take. Good job though!

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Posted 11 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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