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Everything had to be perfect It took me over ten minutes just to pick out the damn razor blade I walked to the hallway closet and took out the package of blades It was so hard to select which one was honorable enough to perform the deed which seemed inevitable at the time The razor I chose was rusted and dirty It had obviously been through a lot of shit like me I too had been used and was feeling dirty It was perfect It would take time to complete my mission because the blade was not as sharp as the others This meant pain this meant suffering and this meant ecstasy After selecting the worthy piece of metal I returned the other packaged razor blades to their present spot on the shelf My heart raced with anxiety my mouth watered at the thought of what I was about to do what I was about to end I was going to stop the steady rhythm of what sounded like the beating of a drum my drum It was a constant reminder of my pain and suffering It needed to be stopped because it was driving me insane I killed the drummer I stopped the beating of my heart For once all was silent It took more strength than I had anticipated to force the rusted razor blade through my skin and into the dark blue vein of my wrist I wasnt stupid I knew which way to slice I traced down my arm with the razor leading through the tissue and muscle under my skin I wasnt a weak little baby looking for attention by attempting suicide I wanted to die After successfully shredding through the arteries in one arm I sliced through the other This attempt was harder than the first I was already weakened by the loss of blood Eventually I was successful and the razor plummeted deep into my veins spewing forth
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