If i were to die

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

poem i wrote when in class and was pondering my death . Little Freshie is my nickname i acheived in my first yr of highschool.

If i were to die right now,
would anyone miss me?
Would they say "wow,
he's dead i now see".

If i were to be bombed by a guy named Ray,
would someone realized I died,
out of the hundreds who died today,
and know i tried to save us but ened up fried?

Sitting here i wonder if this time,
The killer knows what he will do.
If the other killers he'll mime,
instead of saving me too.

Rumors go around always,
It's best not to listen to them.
But one type of rumor will say,
the killer will the creepy one, well, like him.

Wether they are right or wrong,
If they're right who cares?
The killer will say his crazy monologue,
and we will only end up in flares.

If i were to seriously die right NOW,
who would miss the little freshie?
Would they truthfully say "wow,
I will miss the things he's done to and for me."


Submitted: November 04, 2007

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Highguy

kill yourself

Mon, November 5th, 2007 12:13am

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thanks for the advice ill take consideration to that

Mon, November 5th, 2007 11:33am

Alcaeus Uilleag

once again, written when i was bored in class, meaning no enthusiasm...srry

Mon, November 5th, 2007 1:53am

indigo11roses

its a good topic. i totally understand the "under pressure, in class" thing. i used to have a lot of things i would do in class, then i would read them, and after a bit of work they turned out so-so.

dont kill yourself

Sun, December 14th, 2008 6:17am

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