You talk of killing yourself as one would of getting a glass of water:
You are sarcastic, and in this, too, there is sarcasm, but it's undertone is real. Honest.
So of course, you scare me.
It does not take long before you ask the question I dread:
Would you miss me if I were dead?
Because I want to know what the hell kind of question that is.
Stupid question, heartless question, yes I'd miss you if you were dead.
Stupid, because we're friends, because I know you, because I like you.
Heartless, because do you really think I care for you so little that I'd wish you away?
Nothing matters now, though.
It's been asked,
It's been answered.
So long as you do me a favor.
Just one - no more, no less.
And don't discount this, the way you always do,
saying everybody dies, not everybody dies by choice.
Stay alive, will you?
For as long as you possibly can?
Who am I to dictate, what you can and cannot do.
Who am I to force you, to live in a world you cannot stand.
But for me, for the others, for everyone who says we'll miss you, please,
*Hold out as long as you can stand.