Piercing The Sky, A Book of My Poems
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 127
Y: Don't Care Anymore

The final of my suicide poems. #3 of 3 WRITTEN IN SCHOOL, WRITTEN IN A NOTEBOOK Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

 

Y: DON'T CARE ANYMORE

 

Staring blankly, sky gone down

Want to be saved before I drown

Growing blackness within my heart

This must be where we will part

Dying out, I must finally go

What I reaped, now I so

Trying hard, can't find my soul

Death is my final pay-roll

Time itself heals no mark

Everything became so dark

I know the end, it must be soon

I will not last tomorrow noon

Hold my heart, still in pain

But a pawn in a rich man's game

Deathly weak, horribly ill

Maybe I'll just swallow pills

 

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