Years of Torment

by Second to None   Nov 17, 2009

She's the girl who always seems perfectly fine
No one notices her emotions beginning to cross the line
Look past her smile and she if her eyes still shine
Theres not much left to do she's given her final sign

The girl aways so bright is running out of time
She's starting to fall after this miserable climb
Are you going to miss her as she silently slips away?
Did you know her last day was going to be today?

She slammed her door and fell to the floor
She scream to her empty house, "I CAN'T TAKE THIS ANYMORE!"
She finally gave in to her suicidal thoughts tonight
Stupid people, everyone though her future was so bright

Tears running town her face she reached for the gun
After all this pain it was time for some twisted fun
The trigger daring her to pull it to end her crying
After the years of torment she was finally dying


Did You Like This Poem?

Latest Comments

  • 11 years ago

    by Kitten

    Other than a few minor misspellings it was very good. I can relate to the feeling. I'm like victoria I always enjoy a 'depression or suicide' poem. You paint such a vivid picture with your writing it's like it's happening right in front of me.

    I also found out while reading this, I can not listen to music and read and comprehend a poem at the same time.

  • 11 years ago

    by victoria

    Wow...extremely forceful and deep. I never get tired of reading about "depression or suicide" or whatever falls under thoughs catorgories. Well written except for a few miss spellers but hey...i got the great job!


    (plz...if u have time comment and rate mine)

  • 11 years ago

    by KemistryKia


  • 11 years ago

    by XxLastHopexX

    Wow....this poem was great.....I kept wanting to read.....i was lost in your poem.....that is really good....keep it up...dont give up. I've been to that dark dark place before

  • 11 years ago

    by Poetic Justice

    This poem expressed such a deep, rough emotion. I was reading your poem and o could visiualize this scene and i can truly relate to this poem. Well done.