No Reason To Care

(9/4/94 / Somewhere)

~A Sisters Suicide~


The image is stacking in your head
Your sister’s lifeless body cold and dead
Tears streaming down your cheeks
The smell of her body reeks
She swings gently from side to side
She has just committed suicide

And you were there to watch it all
Your sister’s body begins to fall
As the rope begins to break
Your life you plan to take

You shake her body and tell her to wake up
You let out a scream
Loud and abrupt
Your body starts to tremble
You’re going to irrupt
You scream and run from the room
You hope in your heart
You will join her soon


To my friend

Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, October 07, 2009

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