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Conciousness Memories


Ztyu123

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The things about funerals,  watching someone die, holding someone as they die, knowing someone will die soon, being diagnosed, etc...

Those moments 
Those memories 
Override, intertwine, interlock, others
It become their identity. 
It becomes an automatic 
It becomes associative 

When you think 
Of them

It's all that I see
I try hard 
To see you.

So I laid on your bed
Then I laid in the space, and between the space 
Of memories 
And tears.


Very very
Soon 
We will be together again 
Hopefully. 

I'm dying living
And I'll living
To dye 
Trying. 

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My dear, I don't know how to interpret the depression and despair that comes across in some of your posts, but I feel a need to acknowledge what you seem to be signaling ~ and if indeed you are contemplating suicide, I urge you to get the help you need and deserve.

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