A Suicide Note

Sweetie, I am doing great
Make yourself feel good
Wishing you a happy life
Nothing to say anymore
Just send a letter
To the blue sky
I'll be there forever
In the same mood

Forgive me, beloved
If I am ever rude
Don't get me wrong
Oh, my dear friend
Just send a letter
I'll be there forever
In the same mood

You are at my around
And inside of my heart
But today you've found
A new life; I'm falling apart
Just send a letter
I'll be there forever
In the same mood

Please hear this sound!
I don't want to commit suicide
Your sudden separation
Makes me The End
That is why, today
I have to say goodbye….

You send a letter
I'll be there forever
In the same mood.

by Lure Pot

Comments (3)

rest assured you did your best for those little squabs
Love this poem, brings to mind similar occasions!
This poem is from a collection called 'You Come Too' by the famous American poet Robert Frost (1874-1963) . In it the poet recalls how he once joined his young daughter in an effort to save a group of baby birds after their nest was destroyed by a harvesting machine. The poem provides a moving description of compassion for the baby birds in their hour of danger, but it also raises questions about whether such kindness is always wise and whether it is enough to show kindness on particular occasions.