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On Writing And Words Suicide Poems | On Writing And Words Poems About Suicide
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I do not know?
Words Words can make you hurt, Words can make you cry. Words can make you laugh,
Words can make you try. Words can change you and Words can make act wrong. Words
can hurt others. But words that hurt are nothing new. Words with action is. Because some
actions can hurt and make pain come. Some actions can make you feel happy and loved.
Some actions can get you down the wrong road. But whatever happens, with words or
actions Remember that friends and people have feelings Try listening to them Friends can
make you laugh when your sad. They can catch you when you fall. No friend lets you die Or
leaves you in a dark corner to cry. Friends are angels from above. They are there for you.
So if their is one thing from this that you remember is should be this, Don't say your my
friend one moment, Then hurt me and leave me to die the next.
Copyright © Chelsea Ouellette | Year Posted 2013
We have to buy our own black leather jackets,
sharpen our words like switchblades.
Poems are dangerous things.
We shoot them up.
Our tattoos read:
We die for it.
Watch out for us. We will violate
your daughters with our villanelles. We will
turn the street wet
with our deaths,
for no one cares
or reads these poems
held at our heads.
You call our bluffs, wave back
at us from our bridges, our windows
exploding these poems
Copyright © Glen Enloe | Year Posted 2005