Just a Hop

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This is a Darker piece of writing that i have wrote so if you have a Mental illness then this has a trigger warning attached to it.

Submitted: June 28, 2014

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Till we see in hell

Depression swallows her aggressions
Scars and bruises cover her arms,
so she skips her gym sessions.
Beat and raped by her own father,
Tell me what could be harder
If she was legal she would be sitting in a pub,
Drinking pints and pints of lager.
So she sits in her room slicing on her arm
She does not feel the pain just sits there crying deeply in vain
She's addicted to inflicting bodily harm there is over ten cuts for Every night her daddy snuck in and told her shhh baby keep calm.
She could not cope even with slitting her arm so she picked suicide over self harm, but she did not succeed like a un-fertilized reed,
Her mother did not believe her because her father deceived her.
So one more night he snuck in once again and turned of the light but this time there was no freight
under her sheets she had a knife and as he lay on top of her she stabbed his heart with all her might ending his life
He gave one last twitch and fell to the floor and she whispered die bitch and walked through the door
She knew she had started a fire and now the trouble was cooking
She left the house crossed the road there was no time for looking
Her destination was clear she was almost there
a tall long bridge with a deep long drop over the railings and from there it was just a hop
She plunged into the darkness bellow
She did not know where she was about to go
She left her mum a note and in within it read "Dear mum by the time you read this letter ill long be dead
I'm sorry I could not be better and the mess I left next to my bed
I needed to leave because of the confusion in my head
For the rest of your life I am wishing you well for now its bye till we see in hell"

 


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