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Poem Details | by Danielle White |
Categories: angst, death, depression,

67 Suicides

My eyes are open yet I see nothing
because there is nothing to see,

I go to my job and stare at the clock
there's nothing that I want to be,

I long to be conscious when I am
perhaps in my dreams I am free,

I seem alive but I'm really half-dead
and my path is strewn with debris.

Poem Details | by JACQUELYN STURGE |
Categories: death, loss, sad,


The latest survey
eighty suicides per day
by our Veterans

Such a big disgrace
CBS investigates
this whole cover up

These folks fought for us
no one's taking care of them
they would rather die

Someone should be held
accountable for each one
who takes his own life

If they had something
that they could look forward to
they won't want to die

There's hope in Jesus
message needs to go across
that bad times don't last

Poem Details | by Satish Verma |
Categories: life, nature, peace, philosophy, sympathy, visionary, prayer,


In despair,
beyond-pain, I will watch my dreams
in rimless eyes of wet faces.

The lake had been sending back
the white and black shrouds

They were jumping one by one
old and young,
from the twisted planks
holding geraniums.

A warm prayer on the lips,
what was left worth enduring ?
The innocence, the guilt, the shame ?

Clinging to bloody lumps of happiness
who is going to have a last laugh ?
Time is breathing gloom,
body is attached to a pole.