Ashleigh Gaffney


Ashleigh Gaffney Poems

1. Scars 7/22/2008
2. No One Hears Tears 7/22/2008
3. Doesn'T Matter 12/5/2008
4. Just Like You 9/16/2006
5. In My Pocket 9/17/2006
6. Still Young At Heart 9/19/2006
7. I Am Sorry 9/19/2006
8. Jordyn Bonanni 11/18/2006
9. You Were There 8/29/2006
10. What You Are To Me 8/29/2006
11. Life Is Kind Of Like The Ocean 8/29/2006
12. What You Are 8/29/2006
13. She Means So Much To Me 8/29/2006
14. If One Day You Weren'T There 8/29/2006
15. Sorry 8/29/2006
16. What Were You Thinking 9/11/2006
17. Look At Me 9/15/2006
18. Lay Down 9/16/2006
19. My Mirrors Past 9/16/2006
20. What You See 9/16/2006
21. The One Who Broke My Heart 8/29/2006
22. My Pillow 9/16/2006
23. I Forgot The Truth 9/17/2006
24. Daddy, Where Are You? 8/29/2006
25. As They 9/16/2006
26. I Remember The Days 8/29/2006
27. Go Back 8/29/2006
28. Angel 8/29/2006
29. Sometimes In Life 8/29/2006
30. They Cry For Me 9/16/2006
31. It Happens 9/16/2006
32. I Am Poetry 9/16/2006
33. Everything 9/16/2006
34. But Deep Down, I Wish 8/29/2006
35. Mirror Image 9/16/2006
36. Did It Again 9/15/2006
37. Cut 9/15/2006
38. A True Friend 8/29/2006
39. Special Friends 8/29/2006
40. I Was Sitting Here Thinking 8/29/2006
Best Poem of Ashleigh Gaffney

What If Tomorrow Never Comes

If I knew it would be the last time
That I’d see you fall asleep
I would tuck you in more tightly
And pray to Lord
Your soul to keep

If I knew it would be the last time
That I see you walk out the door
I would give you a hug and kiss
And call you back for more

If I knew if would be the last time
I’d hear your voice lifted up in praise
I would video tape each action and word
So I could play them back day after day

If I knew it would be the last time
I could spare an extra minute
To stop and say “I love you, ”
Instead of assuming you ...

Read the full of What If Tomorrow Never Comes

Special Friends

As we walk out path of life,
We meet people everyday.
Most are simply met by chance,
But some are sent out way.

These become special friends
Whose bond we can’t explain
The ones who understand us
And share our joy and pain

[Hata Bildir]