Bella Magik


Christopher


My little brother I'm left crying out “where is it you have gone? ”
They said that you had died, but surely they are wrong?
They said that you'd been taken and eternal you shall lay
but you can't die yet, there's so much you and I have left to say.

You cannot leave behind the children who'll forever call your name
you cannot leave us all because we'll never be the same
You cannot leave the ones who love you most with all their heart
can't you see the fragile souls will surely fall apart?

They said that you had died, the phone call came at 4am
paralysed, I still can't face I won't see you again
paralysed, I still curse all the times I broke you're heart
can't you see my fragile soul will surely fall apart?

I'll say you'll always be the very best man that I know
I'll say that life is cruel and it's too hard to let you go
I'll say that I'll regret the loss of you with my last breath
I'll say how much I love you and love does not fade in death

written by BellaMagik

Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010

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