Treasure Island

Junior Sapien

(11/28/1996)

Dianne


11 Years
That's all I had
But why did you have to go?
To leave me feeling trapped

Why did it have to be you?
Somebody so close
All I do is mourn
Because now, you're a ghost

I miss your comfort
And I miss your voice
But then you said
'I love you boys'

Because I want to see you
But you've passed
Now my life is nothing
Nothing, but trash

But I promised
That I will never forget you
So don't be sad Mom
I will always love you Too

Submitted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 21, 2012
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