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Death Poems About Suffocating

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Poem Details | by Peter Dome |
Categories: anxiety, emotions, fear, grief, horror, loneliness, sad,

Suffocating a Gasp for Breath

My feet are stuck in the mire 
I struggle but cannot free myself
As the mud gets higher and higher.

And the more I struggle and fight
The deeper I go
Down into the murky suffocating
Depths below.

The mud rises now rises up to my waist
I panic arms aloft and  let out a primal scream
''Help me''!!!!!!
In haste
But no one comes
As reality bites
About my impending demise
As my muddy grave and impending
As I struggle
With one last gasp of breath.

My bones never discovered
The mires secrets kept
Never missed  forgotten
Not even a whisper of a thought
In anyone's mind of me
No sadness or regret.

I am nothing.

Peter Dome.Copyright.2015. May.

Poem Details | by Kai Lun Wong |
Categories: dark, death, depression, desire, emo, sorrow, stress,

Suffocating thoughts

The lack of breath
The touch of fingers

My bones are cold
Heart breaking

Where do we find the strength
To be strong
And to fight

Living but not alive

How do we live
To ensure making the best of life?

Poem Details | by lindsey cook |
Categories: death, loss, sad,


Suffocating deep within
Falling deeper into sin

Wanting quickly to leave this place
To allow my soul to suspend in space

Looking hard for my blade
To make this pain quickly fade

My heartbeat quickening with each pace
As I stare death in its nonexistent face

Daring him to bring it on
Knowing that I’m already to far gone

For I’ve already ended my time
So the big man is really far from my depleting mind

My breath grows shallow and my skin pale
As the thought finally occurred I’m going to hell

So as I bleed covering the floor
My heartbeat depleted as I laid dead on the floor

Such a shame that it came to this
But I highly doubt I’ll be who they miss.