Treasure Island

Tammy Baby

(Jan.18 1996)

Suicide


Depression

Loss of interest

Sad, anxious, empty mood; feelings of hopelessness

Guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness;

Thoughts of death or suicide

Life is just to hard

But death

Death is easy

Death is simple

Theres many ways to die

Knifes, guns, cars

Building, drowning, ropes

And many more

Its not hard to commit suicide

Its just hard to live life

Dont get me wrong

I dont want to die, life is just getting to hard

But one day you'll wake up

And I wont be here anymore

Dont be sad

Just be happy

Happy, cause I'll finally be happy

Without the pain and sadness of life

Happy in death

Submitted: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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