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Grook Suicide Poems | Grook Poems About Suicide

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intolerable ignorance

Completely consumed by the sound 
of my screaming,
I keep hoping to wake up from this 
nightmare I'm dreaming.
Crazy thoughts run through my mind,
visions of the possessions I never can 
find.
I lie awake at night with tears in my 
eyes,
trying to get over a life full of lies.
I find myself wanting to fix things that 
aren't even broken,
and every word I speak has already 
been spoken.
I don't understand how I got lost for 
so long,
I was looking for the other side but I 
guess it was gone.
I tried to eliminate the illusion that 
you put in my brain,
but in the end I'm still the one dealing 
with the pain.
My soul cries out from deep down 
inside,
It's getting tired of denying these 
thoughts of suicide.
I feel like my life doesn't make sense,
and it's caused by my own intolerable 
ignorance.

Copyright © Joan McCue | Year Posted 2014