Treasure Island

Daniel Warner

(8-4-95- -Y2K / Fresno, CA)

Don't Cry For Me


Expect the unexpected
believe the unbelievable
for no one can escape the grasp
of Death's favored evil.
Don't cry for me
my days have come to their close
your love was my medication
even though I had to much of a dose.
I love you
so don't mourn
just remember the words I spoke
when all was but forlorn.
I might be gone
and you might still be here,
but my life's denouement
will have to be left a quaere.
Don't let the tears fall
let alone start
because you were my all
and our souls will never drift apart
I lived my life to the fullest
so don't pity a thing
I would still take a bullet
even though things wouldn't be the same
and you know it too
that this love is not over
so please don't cry for me
because I still have love for you.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Edited: Saturday, May 19, 2012

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