Homecoming Queen

by BeautifulxMess   Feb 4, 2008

Her shadows of despair linger around her mind.
The courage she once had; she can no longer find.
The misery that beats inside her crimson heart,
It won't be the first or last time she falls apart.

Everyone is blinded by her smile and charm
They will never see the cuts that's planted on her arm.
She was voted homecoming queen for her senior year.
But that shadow only stayed and brought her tears.

Graduation was only around the corner from now,
But she finally found her self again somehow.
The night she was suppose to be put in the world.
And all night they searched for this missing girl.

Her parents found her face down on her bed
With a note that was drench in bloody red.
She said she was sorry and she had to go,
She couldn't bare the pain that she wouldn't show.

They wept and cried at the life that had to end.
They bury her remains with a heart that won't mend.
Everyone wondered why such a wonderful life ended that way.
I guess that's a question we'll have to leave unknown every day.


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  • 10 years ago

    by Nelle

    That was wonderful.
    I really enjoyed reading it.
    I've seen a bunch of suicide poems, and wrote quite a few myself, and this one was one of the best!
    You did a great great job!

  • 10 years ago

    by Chrissy0590

    Wow nice poem i give it a 5/5

  • 10 years ago



    soooo sweet and sad at the same time

  • 10 years ago

    by 0BrokenBella0

    I love this amazing poem. So deep. It's great. 5/5...would go higher if I could.

    <3 bella

  • 10 years ago

    by Aubrey

    Thats sad but you did grat on it 100/100 :]]