"What did my arms do before they held you?"

- Sylvia Plath
  • 15 years old
  • Born on April 13, 2001 in Alabama, United States.
  • Passed away on May 13, 2016 in Mississippi, United States.

For Holly Custer, who loved the world too much to love herself. Predeceased by her father, survived by the rest of her immediate family.

We will love her forever.


Posted by Mitch Fynde on 25th March 2018
I'm what she would consider a political enemy. I found Holly on tumblr through one of her particularly hateful and nonsensical posts. The fact that this culture is part of what drove her to suicide makes me sad beyond belief. Young women and men are corrupted by this stuff every day and it's only getting worse. Holly was a victim, just not in the way she thought she was. She was a far worse victim than she was aware of. She didn't deserve this. May she rest in peace.
Posted by PQ Di on 12th March 2018
I didn't really know that she existed until after her death, I found her blog after the post that she died went around. She deserved to grow out of all this labeling and Tumblr stuff. She deserved to grow up and love herself.
Posted by Ashley Quinn on 24th January 2017
I found this blog through the discussion on Reddit and it broke my heart when I found the last post. I love my sister so much that if she died I wouldn't know what to do. I am very sorry for your loss
Posted by Konstantza P. on 1st September 2016
I came upon this story by accident,and I just wanted to say...I am deeply sorry. She should have had her chance to live and grow and love herself. RIP Holly. My condolences to her family.
Posted by Charles Baird on 28th May 2016
No one should die this young. I genuinely hope Holly's family finds sollice, and that this eventually won't have to be a problem anymore. Much love.
Posted by Chihiro Fujisaki on 28th May 2016
Though I personally wasn't a huge fan of Holly and her antics, the news of her death does sadden me.
Posted by Yolanda Custer on 28th May 2016
Love you forever, Holly. You will always be my baby sister.

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