"Shiny Metal Object"

By: Phoebe Melinda Halliwell

Slit your wrist,

sever the thread.

And as you lay bleeding,

think of all you'll regret.

***

"It's not worth it, Sweetie.

Come to me. Rest in my arms.

I'm here."

***

No more challenges will

await you. You eyes will

soon drain of color. That

beautiful brown will fade

to black, only captured in

an old photograph.

***

"Challenges make life interesting.

Please don't throw them away.

I want you to face your life head-on.

Your life has value. Everyone cares.

Don't doubt it. I want to see those

beautiful eyes smile for many more

years to come."

***

What will you accomplish

in completing this gruesome

task? It will do you no good.

Solve nothing. You'll still have

regrets in the next life.

***

"It won't help anything, Sweetie.

Live in spite of it. Fight. Battle."

***

Live a life worth remembering.

Make something of yourself

and defy all who say otherwise.

In the end, you'll be glad you did.

***

"You're bleeding, here let me help."

***

*SMASH!*


Author's Notes: I haven't posted anything in a long time.

Parts of this poem are metaphorical and should not be taken literally.

Phoebe Melinda Halliwell