Related Topics: Articles on Suicide
After Their Death
by Judith Pordon
You might be covered
by eyelids closed
over your whole being,
or reach with desperation
for something alive
to hold onto.
A Suicide's Lament
by Ronald Hatton
Silence is the enemy,
and at once, my greatest friend.
But when is all this silence,
and my fear to end?
Silence, Silent but Never Silence
by Kimberly V. Dunn
Many said I camouflaged it well,
Only after discovering
my silent suffering,
Silent but never silenced enough,
The silent suffering I endured,
Alone, leaving what appeared,
Silent to be well known within me...
Suicide Room by Amber C. Shields
I sit on the white cot, gently I slide my fingers across the gentle baby blue material of a blanket that drapes across my lap.
I look across the room and see a white toilet and sink, I see a steel chair and table.
She Hides Her Face by Melantha Abraham
She hides her face
when shes not alone
she wears a mask,
but its not her own...
Oh, Troubled Soul by Heidi R. Stinemetz
OH look at you, you troubled soul,
your mind so heavy, so dim.
The bonds that held you then, still hold you now, and your heart grows cold and grim.
Forgive by Amber D. Shipler
I remember the day like yesterday, When I looked into your heart,
I thought I saw forever,
But forever fell apart.
I never knew this day would come,
Not in a million years.
How Could You by Amberr DeCent
All I can do, Is sit alone in my room,
Thinking of you,
How could this be you are not here with me,
When I gave you the best of me,
I face each day without a smile,
And life seems so unfair...
Not So Very Long Ago by Teresa Callahan
Once upon a time,
Not so very long ago,
I lost my brother Randy,
To suicide, you know.