Suicidal Happiness

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Lunch


I ate lunch today and I wish I hadn’t
It was the first time in months but I didn’t think that mattered
I now feel so sick and I’m over this feeling
The head aches and the pain is all to revealing
Why didn’t I do what I normally do?
Now it’s beating my stomach black and blue
I feel the acids rising up in my throat
Never eat lunch again, is now a mental note
I feel so sick and wish I didn’t eat
Now as im sitting here I feel like I can’t breathe
Im used to pain but this pain is different to the normal
My mind is now aneurysmal
So Im tried, I can breathe and it hurts so much
I knew that I shouldn’t of ate lunch

Submitted: Thursday, May 09, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 10, 2013

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  • Rookie - 267 Points David Wood (5/10/2013 5:15:00 AM)

    I like it. I bought some dog fod in the supermarket today and will cook a curry for my friends tonight. They may feel like you tomorrow! (Report) Reply

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