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Time to Go



Her heart broke
A pain she never expected to experience
So lost and confused
Nowhere to go
Her sadness starting to grow

Lonely and scared
She knew what was best for all
To put everyone out of their misery
She picked up the gun and put it to her head
Time for a game of Roulette she said

Took a deep breath before she ended her life
Though about everything
He past and present
What she had become

She knew this was it
The moment had come
Slowly pulling the trigger
Silently falling the ground
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