STOP Suicide Poem

Brother Suicide Regret Poem

I wrote this poem from the view point of my closest and dearest friend after her brother took his own life. I knew there where things she wanted to say, but didn't know how to express...so I tried to express the feelings for her in writing

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Our beautiful 19 year old daughter took her own life 11/12/15 after suffering for the last 5 years. "If love could have saved her she would have lived forever " she is now at peace, no longer...

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Gone Too Soon

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Published: July 2013

I know your in heaven dancing and free
but there's so much more you should be here to see.

So many things I never got to say
because I never thought that you would go away.

I never told you cause I thought that you knew
but would that have changed what you planned to do?

I am glad that you are free from the fears you held inside
but I wish you had come to me and put aside your pride.

The world is a lonelier place without you
I guess that you thought this was all you could do.

When I see you again I'll tell you that you were wrong
and how much I've missed you everyday you've been gone.

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  • Jo-Anne Senior by Jo-Anne Senior
  • 3 years ago

Our beautiful 19 year old daughter took her own life 11/12/15 after suffering for the last 5 years. "If love could have saved her she would have lived forever " she is now at peace, no longer suffering but is sorely missed and thought and spoke about every minute of the day.

  • Caron Forrest by Caron Forrest
  • 3 years ago

My daughter took her life in 2008 aged 24. I miss her every day..I am blessed she left behind my Handsome grandson Liam who has just turned 16 and is a credit to us all. I will always regret not being there that day, I will never forget her beautiful face, I don't need pics to look at, I see her so clear in my minds eye......I have a lot to look forward to as I grow older, I am sure I will meet her again one day....I live my life knowing that death is no more a scary thing..or a thing I fear...I look forward to meeting my daughter again, I know for sure I will, that will be a very , very special day......I will run to her with open arms, I found that I was a survivor, I survived my worst nightmare, every mums worst nightmare, love Mum.

  • Jessie by Jessie, England
  • 3 years ago

My story would go on forever if I could find the words to simply type it out. I am 19 years of age and I have been through a lot recently though I am sinking back into deep depression, my mother says it's stupid and she tells her friends that I gashed all my arms open. This was a while ago. She thinks it's stupid and pathetic but the need to cut won't leave me alone. I feel like it's my fault that my sisters are depressed. I feel like I have abandoned everyone, including myself. My younger sister left as she doesn't get along with my mum but my sister has serious mental issues, the same applies to my older sister. I have stuck with my mum through a lot and now she's got a new boyfriend, a baby, and has fallen pregnant again. I feel selfish like nothing I ever do is good enough. I feel like she doesn't appreciate anything I have done, I want to run away and never look back but I love my baby brother more than words can explain..my head is a mess I'm confused over everything.

  • IzzI Rose Robinson by IzzI Rose Robinson, Idaho, United States
  • 3 years ago

I have attempted suicide before and my friends told me that they understood that I needed the pain to end but they all kept telling me to come to them if I felt bad enough to kill myself. I tried two more times and now only one of my friends stayed. They said that none of them would leave me no matter how bad it got. Now I have one friend. How did they not leave?

  • Carol Rodriguez by Carol Rodriguez
  • 3 years ago

My brother committed suicide on June 20, 2013. It was all because his wife was leaving him for someone else,:(. He would have been 30 a few days ago. Only after his death did we find out that he had been suicidal for years, his wife choose to keep it from us!! It's never easy on the ones left behind, now my mom lives close to the railroad tracks and she always says hello and goodbye to him every time she hears the train whistle. The irony, he has loved trains since we were kids and knew the train schedule.

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