The Definition of Dying

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The Definition of Dying The Definition of Dying

Poem by: Psychosis The Tormented

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Genre: Poetry

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I wrote this in one of my many dark hours . It does not rhyme, but it, in poetry form, .attempts to describe a depression from a man who feels he's at the end.

Summary

I wrote this in one of my many dark hours . It does not rhyme, but it, in poetry form, .attempts to describe a depression from a man who feels he's at the end.

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Submitted: December 31, 2012

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Death is not Dying

Death is freedom

Death a release from pain and suffering, but dying is something quite different

Dying is pain piling on top of to the point of suffocating

Gasping for air while falling down into a bottomless pit.

 

Aggravation, headaches, arguments, and rage swirling around until you wish and beg for death,

but all you get is more painful dying. Slowly descending into insanity as people drag you

around whispering the same maddening words in your ear until you snap and lose your competent self.

Walking around mentally deficient as they made you they pull you around with short leashes and invisible chains

and control you like puppets on strings till your physical body deteriorate into a useless humiliated blob that

people secretly mock . never saying but showing you how much a disgrace you are to yourself , the world, and the God

that created you.

 

Dying is like being awake while someone rips your organs out and you want to scream

but you cannot

 

Dying is not death,Dying is wishing for Death, and as like a prayer to you creator

a solution or release never comes.

 


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