|They Said Being Different Was Okay
Author: Everdite PM
They said being different was okay but they were lying.Rated: Fiction M - English - Tragedy - Words: 372 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 07-19-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3043174
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Before you read this you need to know that the following material is not for kids and should not be taken lightly. Now I don't contemplate suicide so I don't want anyone thinking that this is my suicide note because it's not.
I was told that being different was okay, that no one would care. Now I know that when they said 'different' they meant things that weren't too far from the norm. At least that is what I think I've found out; maybe it was all a lie to begin with.
They would laugh and whisper behind my back, the glares they would shoot in my direction made me even more uneasy. I did my best to ignore them, I really did.
I still have a few more things to say so I'll say them now. Mama and Papa, I know that having me as your daughter must have been hard. I applaud you for always being there thru thick and thin and I'm sorry I'm being a coward.
To everyone I met that didn't look at me like I didn't belong and talked to me like I was a normal person, I want to say that you are angels sent from above to watch over me and love me. I'm sorry that I'm not very strong.
And my last words I want to say are; don't deceive people by saying that not being normal is okay. If you say that, you're wrong, very wrong. I want that to being me dying wish; don't lie to people like they lied to me.
I fold the note and set it on the desk. I glance around the room and sigh, there are so many things I wish I could've seen and could've done.
I spot the one thing I was looking for and grab it. I bring the end of it to my temple and let out a shaky breath. I click off the safety while a single tear slides down my cheek. I don't want to do this but the pain, the pain is too much.
With a bang the world goes black and my lifeless body falls onto my bed, a pool of blood pooling next to my temple.