This is an English assignment. DON’T BE ALARMED. I DO NOT PLAN ON KILLING MYSELF.
The Serious One:
Goodbye world. Goodbye to old friends kept dear, and new friends just made. Goodbye passionate kisses. Goodbye loving smiles… They always turned my legs to jelly. Goodbye deep, blue eyes… I could always lose track of time while staring into them. But I wasn’t supposed to be looking in the first place. Goodbye photography adventures on cold, autumn mornings. Goodbye made up lands coming from the depths of my mind. Goodbye sweet babies with skin like milk… Your little laughs of joy would make my day. Goodbye fresh, winter air. Goodbye long walks in the woods, the sound of silence, and gentle lullabies. Goodbye true love and heartaches. Goodbye to fear… You could always wake me up in the middle of the night by my own screams.Goodbye to people telling you that you’re too little or too young to change the world. Goodbye to innocence and confidence. And to grieving and sorrow. But those dwindled over time. Goodbye to the warm, sunny days, and to sand between your toes. Oh, earth, you’re too wonderful for anybody to realize you!
The Funny One:
Goodbye world. Goodbye obnoxious guys who think they’re cool. Goodbye Uggs and leggings… The girls who wear those really annoy me. Goodbye bratty girls, insults that sting like bees, and acne. Goodbye Bio and 8th period History. I’m free of it! Goodbye waking up early and going to bed early. Goodbye loud siblings and cold feet. And being too young to do important things. Goodbye nervous habits, awkward phrases, and adolescence. You will very well be forgotten. Goodbye to weird English assignments. Goodbye to Tom getting your hopes up, only to realize that the next show season is going to suck. But that didn’t happen all the time. Goodbye to feeling stupid when you say the wrong thing, and trying to fix it. Goodbye sugar rushes late at night to help you study, and cramming the periods before. Goodbye perverted jokes, laughing out loud, and having snowball fights in a parking lot without any gloves to spare. I still wish I would have brought gloves. And goodbye to late night chats when you should be working on papers. I wish I could take it all with me.