Cinquain Sister Poems | Cinquain Poems About Sister
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The On Who Survives Contest
Sponsor: Sara Kendrick
couldn't save her
live to tell her story
I'm a suicide survivor
~Date Written: February 5, 2016~
*** I call myself a suicide survivor not because I tried to take my own life and lived to tell the story, but because I have lost a close family member to suicide, therefore I am a suicide survivor***
Copyright © Laura Loo | Year Posted 2016
Hugging, laughing, fighting
You can run. But you can't hide.
Copyright © Melissa De Vos | Year Posted 2013
Eyes on me,
In my direction?
Can't they look somewhere else?
Discomfart rises, too.
Afraid to mess up,
Afraid to fail.
Eyes are on me.
I feel pale.
I don't want
Copyright © Brittany Moon | Year Posted 2009
Slipped on the ice
And she died instantly
I stood frozen, a survivor
February 8, 2016
For the contest, The One Who Survived
sponsor, Sarah Kenrick
Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2016
on his way home
after a late meeting
He drove too fast and fell asleep
Dedicated to Gordon Obree
Light of my sister's eye
Who lost his life rushing from London to Scotland
to be with his family for Christmas 1994
Copyright © Nigel Fawcett | Year Posted 2008