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Goodbye

by

Hilary Eris Haxton

As I sit watching the dark clouds roll in,
They are as dreary as my thoughts.
I think about my life right now
I don't want to go on living.
Where there's supposed to be strength, only weakness
No beauty, only ugliness.
Ignored, rejected by all who know me
I'm deviod of love
Where there is supposed to be beauty, only ugliness
No strength, only weakness.
As I long for some happiness to fill
This empty void inside me
I realize i can't go on.
Goodbye.
And I load the gun
I know I hate myself, my life.
I put the gun over my heart
And pull the trigger.
The pain wracks my body
But no pain is as exquisite
As the pain of my own emotions
Ripping me apart.
And I know I've made the right decision.
There are other worlds than these.
Goodbye.