Will anyone

If I kill myself will anyone care,
Will anyone mourn me
Will anyone cry
Will anyone come come to my funeral
I know my mother will not be one
Will anyone remember me
Or will they forgot
Will people blame my mother for everything she's done 
Will people say I fought depression since I was eleven 
Or will they say that I was happy
and that they didnt see it coming  
Will they say I was cowardly 
Or that I was brave 
Would anyone even care?

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Starward's picture

Do not even consider the

Do not even consider the temptation in those questions.  Instead, take the advice of two great poets:  T S Eliot, who says, "Because I cannot hope to turn again / Consequently I rejoice, having to construct something / Upon which to rejoice"; and Horace, who wrote, "Exegi monumentum aere perennius" [I have constructed a monument more enduring than bronze].  Construct your poems, on which you may rejoice, and raise them up into a monument more lasting than bronze.  You have the talent to describe an intense experience---use it, and rejoice in it as you construct your tower of poems.


Enjoy effulgent days, and exquisite nights,

unto the exultations of Heaven.

Starward

allets's picture

The Thing About Dying

It's so final. - slc