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    Poems by Rayne

  • Don't Let It Come To This

    • Published: November 2011
    Stopping A Friend From Suicide

    in STOP Teen Suicide Poems

    The pain is so strong that I can't bare
    It's clear God isn't answering my prayer
    Another pitiful attempt to clear my head
    My tears stain the silky material of my bed

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    • Votes 389
    • Rating 4.60
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    I could never bring myself to suicide (though I've though of it before). The thing stopping me is the idea of everything I have to live for. Thank goodness.

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  • I'm The One To Blame

    • Published: September 2016
    What Other People Can't See

    in Depression Poems by Teens

    I smile and laugh wildly, having fun with my friends.
    They don't know what huge lie I have to pretend.
    To my friends, I'm the funny girl who's so full of life.
    They don't know how many times I'd held a bloody knife.

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    They say "be happy." Do you really think I want to be happy? I do, but the cruel people in the world hate me. I try and try and try. But I always just let go. All my friends are so happy...

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  • Broken Smile

    • Published: December 2013

    in Abuse Poems by Teens

    Smartest, hottest, most popular girl
    She flashes a smile that would make your vision swirl
    Silky brown hair down to her waist
    Everyone she meets, she will embrace...

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    • Votes 496
    • Rating 4.62
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    This is an amazing story... I haven't exactly been abused in this way, but in the way I was, I can still remember the trauma sometimes. And the sorrow, thinking that everyone I ever met would...

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