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Death Poems About Suffocate

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Poem Details | by Morgan Tate |
Categories: conflict, confusion, courage, cry, dark, depression, feelings, grief, growth, hate, heartbroken, how i feel, identity, introspection, loneliness, lost love, me, miss you, missing, missing you, sad, sad love, write, writing,

breathe, suffocate

velvet tears slip down my cheek.

a gentle cry.

and the wet drops seep in the corners of my mouth


my lungs are full of my own salty, crystalline tears,

bringing buoyancy to boats that sail inside my veins.

as a rule, I try not to cry.

if a single tear is shed, who is to say that another will not follow?

compelling the rest to join

until I’ve immersed myself in the sea I’ve incepted,

and soon

all I see are the opalescent peaks of water colliding with my skin.