The Saddest Poem You Never Read

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So it might sound really depressing...but well, my theory is, if you love someone so much, death would be nothing compared to losing that person.

Submitted: July 14, 2008

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Submitted: July 14, 2008

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You are my oxygen,

My breath of life.

The thing I can't have.

The edge of the knife.

Then my finger slips,

The knife cuts deep.

You're present here.

And in my sleep.

I can't escape.

And I don't wish to.

Yes, you're killing me.

But I love you.

I need that knife,

Don't care if I'm dead.

Here's the saddest poem

You never read.


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