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|Poem for a Suicide (standard:poetry, 156 words)|
|Author: kendall thomas||Added: Jan 20 2008||Views/Reads: 1492/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
It was raining on that day I saw you standing on the Santa Monica Pier looking dejected leaning on the rail. . You stared down at the empty beach and blue water as if searching for yourself in a mirror. It was raining on that day I saw you. . But there was nothing that anyone could do to save you on that cold morning; no seer could have foreseen you leaning on the rail. . Like me, I knew, life's struggle had got to you; there was, I guess, no will left to peer through the mist of pain that day I saw you . into some brighter future; it's I who regret not stopping to comfort you, dear, looking dejected leaning on the rail. . In the newspaper I read about you, how they found you floating under the pier. I'll never forget that day I saw you looking dejected leaning on the rail. Tweet
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