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A tear seems to fall from space
and land on her check.
It adds to a river
that falls off her chin.
The stain of blood on her sleeve,
She looks at her arm
with pulsing eyes she stares at the blood,
like her tears, running.
Afraid of her peers comments
labeling her for something she is not.
Emo, the word rang sourly.
The tears ran faster,
as though racing the blood.
Her black hair clings to her face,
and again she cuts.
One for the laughter,
Once for the looks,
another for her pain,
Her arm pulsing,
One for the names,
One more for the pushing.
She watches her pain drain from her arm.
She smiles, then thinks,
they will pull back her sleeve
and laugh at her pain, again.
Emo, the word rand sourly.
Emo, she thought.
Emo, she said out loud
and she cried.
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Depression is a real thing, seeking out help or just talking and listening to other doesn't make you weak in anyway. Everyone has the right to their own lives, help yourself by getting help.

Trust me as a mental illness survivor, it gets better.
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MoonSpiritsQueen Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013
Really good!Love it :D
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KatnissTeamGale Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Understood completly. Heh, my dad once called the councelor on me because he was "Scared" For me. Like he actually cares. But yah, I understand.
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Erszabet Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
He is trying to help. Whether or not you think he cares, you should care about you, so help is good.
And if in the end you feel living with your Dad isn't a safe place for you, when your old enough, mentally ready and have some money, get out.
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KatnissTeamGale Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
The thing that drives me insane is he is never around. I live with my mom. He is now coming back and doesn't know anything of what he called about. I don't mind talking to her though so it does help sometimes.
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Erszabet Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Dads are hard creatures to figure out... They want to understand and give you the advice they think you need without knowing the situation or understanding the current generation. But they try their best
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KatnissTeamGale Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Eh, if he decides to try at all.
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I hate when people relate emo to looks ,its just wrong.Emo is a feeling a emotion of pain and sorrow,something that is hard to fix and feel better about.Im glad you have changed.But for me i am still stuck in this world
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Erszabet Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Sorry for my other reply, I wrote on the wrong comment, but anywho.

Looks are how people, especially teenagers differ themselves from others, don't worry about that.

You are going to feel confused and angry with people not understanding you but that's because of your age and people seem to forget what it was like to be a teen. Just smile, people get pissed if they can't bug you so smile at your enemies, and smile for yourself. it will make you happier :)
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Erszabet Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
He is trying to help. Whether or not you think he cares, you should care about you, so help is good.
And if in the end you feel living with your Dad isn't a safe place for you, when your old enough, mentally ready and have some money, get out.
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MyChemicalRomance711 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
In my school, for being emo you get sent to the guidance office,too. Me and my best friend are, and the counselor is always after us. We're not the emos in the sense of looks, we're actually emo. It's not "cool" but, it's who we are.
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