ForgottenFew of my memories remain,More Like This
but most I recall with disdain.
I remember when my soul died,
and how no one near me cried.
My dreams were once filled with joy,
they were twisted in an insidious ploy.
Once fantasies of creativity and light,
now they waken me in the night.
Shadows slither and devour,
all humanity for them to sour.
Salvation and revival are lost,
to continue living was that cost.
My mind became cold and petrified,
holding only the thoughts of the terrified.
Slowly my soul begins to rust,
all I have now is a heart of dust.
How To Tell Your Family Good-Bye1. In your weakest, darkest moment decide you are ready for it all to end.More Like This
Come to terms with your decision. You will likely feel much more at ease
once you've made the choice to leave this world.
2. You must somehow tell your family - biological or otherwise -
that despite their love, it just wasn't enough
to keep you going.
A note is probably the best way to do it;
short, sweet, simple.
You could write it by hand, that might be sentimental
but a word document will do in a pinch
(and it will help you avoid messy ink smudges if you're prone to crying.)
3. The people who will read this note are people who have loved you dearly, or maybe not so dearly.
Either way this is your last chance to let your voice be heard
your last chance to tell them how you feel
so make it good.
4. Write down all of your feelings.
Give them every reason, every thought, every accusation,
pour every ounce of hurt into your note so the ones that care
might be able to understand.
5. While you're reading over what