Alrighty, as you know (per your description), this is a little sketchy. It really has potential though. For starters, it could be cleaned up a bit in regards to spelling and/or punctuation. Example:
"someones sisters" should read "someone's sister"
"skelotons" to "skeletons"
Again, those are not too important, nor do they retract from the message or story that is being portrayed.
"spilling her life like
buckets of water
it was almost as though
she were folding herslf
into an envolope to send
away, spellchecked and
* I liked this part of the poem, although I liked it as two awkward pieces that are connected to the same puzzle. They don't seem to mess well together, but sound beautiful apart. I you want to keep them together maybe there is an added transition or rearrangement of words that may help out. Minor suggestive example:
"A countless number of tears have been shed, spilling her life like buckets of water. She constantly questions the validity of her life, as though she was folding herself into an envelope to send away, spellchecked and punctuated."
All in all, this piece was good, but it could be great. Keeping it the way it is will not harm its value either. Hope this helped, if not you can tell me to shove it and I won’t mind :)
* Note - I know when someone tells me how this or that doesn't fit right in my poems, I take it as they didn't get my meaning and I shouldn't change anything. These are just third party observations and not slanders to your writing.