We grew up together, you were gifted a life,
In a moment to end it, did you not feel the fright?
What would have been going through your mind?
Swamped by a dark moment,
that withered your might,
Left us, gone so far away, out of our sight,
Yet to sink in, we were all so close knit and tight,
Sudden emptiness takes over, a void fills the recesses of the mind,
On one hand old memories surfacing fresh & clear on a sprite,
On the other the waves of mixed feelings on a height,
I try to fathom the horror that must’ve gripped you,
A deep seated madness that drove you to end your life.
Trying and trying to ask, understand and feel your plight,
Each time I fail, I try again, to feel as much alone as you have might,
The madness in the head must’ve taken over, driven you to this blight,
Dark voices in your head screaming loud, the reasoning in you died,
Not a chance to think of your own, who you leave behind,
Forever I’m going to ask, an answer I will never find,
What drove you to this, what the moment would be like?
The darkness, the madness, the craziness,
the loneliness, the hopelessness, the tiredness,
whatever that haunted you in the darkest of
moment that doused your light.