Written while very depressed. Don’t read if easily upset. I keep failing I keep trailing I keep bailing My life is pointless I’ll soon be dead Thank god for that I said Don’t bother with a service Its all hypocritical horseshit, Throw me in the hole Forget me I say I was never really here … More Poem – How It Is
I’m very sorry I just couldn’t do it It was quite beyond me you see I’m very sorry I just couldn’t hack it The words wouldn’t come to me, And now I am gone you can get someone else You can go get another who can Who’ll do what you want And be what you … More Poem – I’m Very Sorry
I don’t normally write poems that rhyme Billions of years went by in a flash, The meteors collided and the atoms went smash, But the only thing I’ll tell you there’s a pain in my head Not that it matters as I’ll very soon be dead Nothing on the Earth really mattered to me, … More Poem – I’ll Very Soon Be Dead
Why give them anything? It will only make them lazy Why give them something? It will only encourage them, Why not just ignore them? It will make them work harder Why not just despise them? They will try to earn your love Why not make them think you are the one? They’ll suck at your … More Poem – Why Give Them Anything?
There really is no point to anything, We are dragged into a world we never asked to be in, Forced to exist, a sentence given to us for a crime we could not possibly have committed We live and suffer and in the end we die. Why put us through it? Why force us to … More Poem – There Is No Point to Anything
He went to sleep It was all too difficult He went to sleep Do not wake me I don’t want to be awake Let me remain I never wanted to be here Why was I selected For a mission I never wanted Life is a curse Death is a blessing Thank god … More Various Haikus
Who am I? A collection of atoms. Who are you? The same. They say he, By which I mean I, Left much behind when he died, Which no-one ever read They say they, By which I mean you, Never once looked through the words, The way I’d hoped you would. They say you and I … More Poem – He, or You, Or I