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Walter Burlock

Rookie (P.I Maine)

I am done


I am done
I am done learning
I am done working
I am done having fun
All that it brings me is more hatred
I am done breathing
I am done life
I am done with all this hatred
I am done with all the sadness
I am done
I am done with all this bull$h! t
I am saying my goodbyes
I am leaving all this behind
I am done

(this is just a poem not a death wish or any thing like that
i was going though a hard time with a ex-girlfriend
i think i found the right one now)
(for thoughts people out there that feel anything like the poem you
probably heard this before and it is true there is plenty of fish in the sea.
I had a friend that felt like the poem. and he tried to end it. I tried to help him but i really couldn't help him he need a girl that was right for him so I tried to get him a girl i couldn't help him on that part but it did buy him some more time till he found a girl him self, and he is the happiest I ever seen him he has been with the same girl for a year now)
(He now says: wow how the heck did i feel that way he thanks me every month I see him; He had 4 deaths that year in his family, All He was close to, one was his father, uncle, cousin, grandmother, aunt) (You Can Always Help Your friends) Leave Feed back about Stuff you or a friend went though)

Submitted: Thursday, December 20, 2007
Edited: Monday, May 02, 2011

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