Chris Ivy


The last push {boy version}


The night I decided to kill myself,
Was very same night I met the girl,
I sat be hide a bush a knife in my hand,
Then I heard crying, I dropped my knife on the land,
I asked why are you crying,
The girl sobbed because am lying.
I smiled grabbed her hands and held her tight,
She was surprise ally light,
She smiled and said thank you,
But that was long ago before I was due,
Years later we were walking with my friend lee,
But I guess it was meant to be,
A car came speeding down the road,
I didn’t see it, but it hit me with a big load,
I flew into the air landed very hard next to the slide,
I couldn’t move my body, I guess now I don’t need suicide,
Before I know it the girl had my hands in hers,
Her eyes were full of tears,
Her tears looked like falling pears,
She kept telling me I was going to ok,
But I knew I was not ok,
And she knew it too,
Now I am due,
My eyes shut close,
Blood soaked on my cloths,
That was the last push.

Submitted: Friday, May 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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