Red River

Poem By Caitlin Johnson

Has she watched the red devily liquid drip from her bloody wrist
Her eyes got big
She got all exicted
Then she felt the rush
She heard a little voice
'Cut More & More'
It got out of control
She started slashing her wrist
Then her stomach
Then her thigh
As then she looked
Felt the pain
Enjoyed it
She saw the blood flow like a bloodfall
It hit
She felt dizzy
She fell
Las thing she saw was the Red River

Comments about Red River

wow. this is such a sad poem. but yet so true about many teenagers these days. good poem though


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