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  1. Let Me Go

    • By Tiffany Lacour
    • Published: December 2010

    Just a girl
    In this world while it twirls when it whirls
    her head in a haze
    can't seem to find away out...

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    • Favorited 14
    • Votes 113
    • Rating 4.32
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    I am a 17 year old girl living with depression. God only knows how I got to this stage of only thinking about death and how much happier and less complicated life would be without my...

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  3. A Man I Once Knew

    • By Ashley M. Burt
    • Published: November 2007
    My Uncle's Suicide

    He tried to call his family,
    His heart was full of pain,
    He wondered how to do it,
    By knife or by the train.

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    • Votes 43
    • Rating 4.30
  4. Darkness

    When darkness falls you can not see the light.
    Your breathe is heavy as sweat drips from your brow
    and blurriness blinds your sight.
    You start to have second thoughts, ...

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    • Votes 91
    • Rating 4.26
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  6. Alone

    • By Daniel Moreton
    • Published: January 2008
    Tried To Commit Suicide

    I feel so alone,
    I'm hopeless in life,
    I try to be happy but only find it with a knife,
    It slips through my wrists and flows from my veins, ...

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    • Favorited 12
    • Votes 103
    • Rating 4.26
  7. Thank You

    • By Sarah
    • Published: July 2008
    A Suicide Note

    I can't take it, it's come to me.
    That this life wasn't meant to be.
    As I take this choice and let myself go.
    I think to myself, how you'd say no!...

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    • Votes 420
    • Rating 4.26
  8. Why, What If, And If Only

    • By Lucy
    • Published: January 2011

    Four years have passed and still I have to ask myself, why, what if, and if only.
    Why did you choose that day to die?
    What if I had been there for you?
    And if only I had gotten there sooner....

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    • Votes 67
    • Rating 4.25
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    Hello, I love your poem. My mother took her life on Thanksgiving Day last year and I always wonder if there was something I could've done to change her mind. If only I called her more or...

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  10. It Is Over

    • By Cheryl L. Johnson
    • Published: February 2016
    Poem About Life Changing After Losing A Loved One


    It is quiet,
    So very quiet.

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    • Favorited 9
    • Votes 60
    • Rating 4.25
  11. Confessions Of A Cutter

    • By Sebrina Newman
    • Published: November 2007

    Only tears
    As I press the blade
    Against my pale skin...

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    • Votes 290
    • Rating 4.23
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    I started when I was 9 but it wasn't serious to begin with. I started wanting to seriously kill myself at 11 though. Now I'm almost 16 and I'm on the edge of my life......

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  12. Killing Me!

    • By Selina
    • Published: January 2011

    My heart is ripping apart,
    And it's killing me.
    Is that what you would like to see?
    I cry and my tears flood the sky.

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    • Votes 206
    • Rating 4.22
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    Thank God you are still alive. I think suicide is the most hurtful death to living family and friends. That person I don't believe had the courage to talk to someone. They listened to what...

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  13. The Same Old Stuff

    Poem To A Mother Who Lost Her Son To Suicide

    I think I have had, just about enough
    of the sympathetic "stick it out and be tough"

    I abhor the person who said the line...

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    • Rating 4.22
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    I will say that I'm sure they are in a safe, loving place and they are with you. They are not in the physical form that we want them to still be in, but they are with you. Talk to them and...

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