Suicide LetterSuicide Letter6 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
If you have to put a lot of thought into your suicide letter, then you aren't ready to die. By the time you pick up the blade or that bottle of pills, crank the car or tie the knot in the rope, step into the street or over the edge -- you know exactly what you'd want to say or what you'd wished you'd said. If you have to sit and think about who you love the most and what you want them to know then you're not ready to die.
At least, not a fulfilling death.
Unfinished business is the worst kind. And it makes people suffer more. All the unspoken words are harder to hear from beyond the veil, especially when the words come as whispers creeping across the pillow in our dreams at night. Love isn't as strong or comforting when you have no way to give it to that person.
If anything, the others are selfish for making you stay. They won't understand the rush you experience with ending it all. How it feels to drag that blade across your skin and watch the little red rubies seep out, what it's lik
SuicideTo make a small sacrafice for just a moment away from the pain, means so much more. For just that moment you can let your pain drip out through your blood. But, that cut will close up and scar. For the rest of your life you'll remember you couldn't deal with the pain. So, you brought a sharp object to your arm and let it glide along your precicious skin.Suicide12 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Just a small sacrafice could cause you death. You could cut too deep, in the wrong place, or the wrong way and boom! Your dead. People around you will be hurt and will remember you couldn't take it. You couldn't even bring your pain upon someone else and tell them how you feel. You killed yourself and nothing can replace you. No matter what, we are always living in the present and we will have to look back and think of you as the past. Eventhough some may not want to accept it. A small sacrafice?