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Death Poems About Hopelessness

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Poem Details | by Kelsi Gray |
Categories: death, girlfriend-boyfriend, lost love, pain,


I broke his heart,
he broke mine,
now we're even, but still i cry.

I cracked his icy heart,
he broke mine clean in two,
i said, "i'm sorry"
he said, "screw you"

Now he laughs behind my back,
while i try to ignore the pain,
the pain where my heart should've been,
the pain keeps coming like an oncoming train.

I have nowhere to go,
i'm lost and broken,
broken beyond repair,
thanks to the words he's spoken.

he said, "you're a hopeless cause,
a worthless pile of crap,
your a wannabe emo,
now go jump in a  pit."

i did what he said ,
i went that extra mile,
i jumped off a cliff,
and now i cease to smile.