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Tear Days

black tears of sorow come from my wrists as i slice open every last thread of life i have. my breath begins to weaken. i start to feel dizzy. and then, only then do i see her face, the angle thats been waiting for me. she welcomes me in to her caring arms and i embrace her. people say they are afraid of death, yet dying is so inviting and we need to embrace death follow it and do not fear it for the power of death and love can easily be matched. all this time i've been waiting to meet her, the perfect girl, my love, now that im dead i have found you. it was simple all i had to do was load that revolver and pull the trigger. now i will live with her forever in heaven and love her like no love has ever been. death to me does not sound like such a bad idea.
 
Kevin Massie

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Questions

Death is better than life. This lonely life and this lonely night are both equal to death. Always I beg for death although death does not come to me. Let me die because this world does not require me. I am not crazy and I have survived the worst. Hopefully future will be better but will I still be alive to see the future? I ask myself about why am I still breathing the air of this world? A question mark is the ending. Will I still be alive to see future of this world and of my life?
 
Rohit Sapra

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Death To Be Healed

Death is a scary thing. I have had a death or 2 in my life. some one from my school died. It was hard. Every day for 2 weeks seeing lots of ppl cry. not fun. seeing the body, pale, looking like he is alive. I cried for days. i miss him so much. I'm still not healed. the Death is not healed. soon Death to be healed.
 
Zoey Damien

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Kiss Of Death

Last smell, last glimpse of his face and the last touch of his soft gentle lips pressed against mine under the stars gazing above us from the deep dark sky that was the last thing I held in my head as the fire got closer to me I was trapped in the corner death was blazing right in front of me and nothing could be done to stop it in its path of death it held no mercy at all. Last smell, last glimpse last touch of his soft gentle lips pressed against mine under the stars gazing above us from the deep dark sky that was the last thing I held in my head as I burned to my death nothing is more powerful than death apart from the true passion love.
 
jess barnely

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