Worth Death

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
ok so this actually written about a couple different ppl
sorry if that makes it confusing
think what you want
leave a comment if u want me 2 b more specific tho

Submitted: January 23, 2008

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Submitted: January 23, 2008



Do you what me to mourn for you?

Does it please you to know

that I’m upset?

Does it make you happy

To know I miss you?

Although I rarely saw you,

I miss you.


Are you waiting for your day to die?

Does it scare you knowing  

that you might never

wake up?

You don’t deserve any pain

inflicted upon you.

It’s not fair.

I wish I could take your pain

and lighten your burden.

I wish that I could help you.


And when I die

please don’t mourn,

even if you think

I might be worth it.

Don’t let me crowd your thoughts

and bring tears to your eyes.

I don’t want you to cry

for me.

Please don’t mourn.

Please forget.

I’m really not worth it.


Which is why I wish

I could take your pain.

I deserve it.

It should be mine.

I should be hurting.

Not you.

Please not you.

You don’t deserve to cry.

You don’t deserve to be sick.

It’s not fair.

I wish that I could help you.

I miss you.

I love you.


But I’m not worth your time.

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