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Poem Details | by Jslambert Mister Roboto
Categories: death, dedication, depression, i miss you, journey, space, suicide,

R-I-P -----Robin Williams

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Poem Details | by Bishop Ezeh
Categories: self, sin,


Akin to a suicide bomber 
Self hurt a must
Oh sin

Poem Details | by Joshua Adam
Categories: death


life with no meaning
despair that cannot repair
with death, that last breath

Poem Details | by Ellie Fields
Categories: anger, anxiety, betrayal, child abuse, depression, lonely, suicide,

Jail Pains

I wake up in pain
my wrists have shiny handcuffs 
I am in jail  

My heart feels ice-cold
It will not stop its beating 
I wish it would stop

My cell mate is gone
I am feeling so alone
I just want to die

Poem Details | by Asif Andalib
Categories: life, people, sad, social, sympathy,

The Suicide Note

In his suicide note
My poverty is to blame
No one else, he wrote

Poem Details | by Milan Georges Burovac
Categories: addiction, break up, dark, future, military, stress, suicide,


spin doctor
off spin or
spin gore

Poem Details | by Uwe Stroh
Categories: abuse, anger, angst, bullying,

Suicide Dawn

Clear morning
no warning impedes
the intention of many

Poem Details | by Larisa Rzhepishevska
Categories: funny, satire, suicide,

Lost a Hope

If you lost a hope
here is a nice fluffy rope
and a scented soap.


Poem Details | by Tony Driskell
Categories: abuse, addiction, anger, betrayal, change, dark, suicide,

Suicide Hot Line

Thoughts of depression
Dying is easiest when
Living seems hardest

Poem Details | by Andrea Herrera
Categories: anxiety, depression, mental illness, sad, suicide,

Never Reached 19

I was just eighteen
Then i wanted to be six
Guess this is the end.

Poem Details | by Jack Jordan
Categories: suicide,

Haiku 104

Haiku 104 
	her eyes 
	are open yet don’t see 
	night arrives

Poem Details | by Jack Jordan
Categories: suicide,

Haiku 81

Haiku 81
	yielding to the blade...
	arc traced on his left forearm
	surgeon’s staples

Poem Details | by Nikkia Roberts
Categories: dark, depression, suicide,

Home Bittersweet Home

Blueberry-cream waves
make sweet this bitter journey
carry this load home

Poem Details | by Bernard Chan
Categories: body, death, farewell, red, self, suicide, violence,

The Samurai's Last Breath

A molt of white robe 
                                       Cold blade plunges into shame
                                             Crimson flower blooms

Poem Details | by Ross Blade
Categories: abuse, emotions, suicide,

Mighty Male Myth

Much maligned are men.
So mentally mangled that
Many self murder.

Poem Details | by Eddee Shaz
Categories: history, hope, inspirational, life, peace, people, places, political

Democracy Nears Revisited

Democracy nears

   For unknown Arab countries

    Angry Arabs yell

  Suicide bomber

  Islam, Religion of peace 

  Perhaps when they're free

 The Crowed Goes wild
  Egypt  you are next in line     

  Democracy nears

Poem Details | by Priyanka Mandal
Categories: angel, feelings, freedom, friendship, strength, suicide, together,


I will love you like
Clouds do rain as they form together
till they depart, and more...

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday
Categories: depression, humorous, psychological, self, suicide, visionary, wisdom,

Escape To Nowhere

My reality sucks.
What's the point of being sane?
....................................................................................Can't escape myself.

Poem Details | by Tyrell Murdock
Categories: 9th grade, depression, metaphor, pain, suicide,

Numb Night

Mutual numbing
Ice cold tears that no one hears 
I can't keep strumming

Poem Details | by Amy Zhao
Categories: evil, goodbye, suicide, sunset, surreal, symbolism, sympathy,


The sun slit his wrists
Murderess Moon just watches
I bet she did it

Poem Details | by Stephen Parker
Categories: depression


empty void blossoms
pared from societal core
suicidal thoughts

Poem Details | by Pin Dew
Categories: dark, death, goodbye, me, sick, suicide, sunset,

Haiku On My Death

Watch! Watch!
My debacle into flames
That consumed dusk!

-Pin Dew (04/05/2017)

Note: Experimental Haiku- The meters are not according to rules.

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Categories: angst, depression, nature,


growing on the forest floor –

Ó December 4, 2011
Dane Smith-Johnsen

Poem Details | by Nicole Poet
Categories: baby, suicide,


Smokey mountains smoke
Babies are born to commit
Some things are obvious

Poem Details | by Raul Moreno
Categories: natural disasters, nature

Mountain Suicide

Molten lava seeps,

From severed volcanic veins:

The earth bleeds magma.

Poem Details | by Dineal Karl
Categories: society, solitude, suicide,


Straight lines.
Blurred lines. 
Life-lines .
This world is a sphere ,
We live on lines.

Poem Details | by Peter Hamilton
Categories: allusion, anger, anxiety, conflict, cry, strength, suicide,

Ears Rung

No means No you sick
Pile of useless, vile cow dung
Her poor ears have rung

Poem Details | by Eric Toler
Categories: child, dark, death, depression, freedom,

3 Haiku For Jamey

alone, the boy cries
he is no longer loved
because he is gay

the hall is unsafe
punished in the name of god
he hides how he feels

we hear on the news
of a suicide
who was there for him?

Poem Details | by Roof Missing
Categories: death, life,

Haiku Number 4

moonlight blade his choice
frozen by her icy stare
suicide by love

Long Tooth
June 4, 2016

Poem Details | by Karen Croft
Categories: death, depression,


No one loves me here

One bullet would do the trick

Just pull and release

Poem Details | by Jesse Daniels
Categories: angst, anxiety, sad, sorrow, suicide,

The End

As the end draws near
I reflect upon my past
Memories fleeting

Moments passing by
Images and colors flicker
Dancing through my mind

I want to believe
That it was worth all the pain
That I was worth it

I close my blue eyes
Someone is calling my name
I think “this is it”

Poem Details | by Norman Crocker
Categories: angst, bereavement, death, farewell,


grandson is no more

Poem Details | by James Horn
Categories: allegory, analogy, humorous,

Shoddy and Ungodly

Shoddy and Ungodly

He seemed so shoddy
What he did was ungodly
Damaged bodily. 
(And mentally as well.)

Was an involver;
For a sure problem solver,
Needs a revolver.

Commit suicide 
For many times he has lied
And instantly died.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn
Categories: humorous,

Trump Shoddy and Ungodly

Shoddy and Ungodly

He seemed so shoddy
What he did was ungodly
Damaged bodily. 
(And mentally as well.)

Was an involver;
For a sure problem solver,
Needs a revolver.

Commit suicide 
For many times he has lied
And instantly died.

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Tadg Napier
Categories: light, suicide,

The Retired Hangman

Fresh reek, Wisteria
Sublime sun casts a umbra
Hanging by a rope