erika vasquez

Rookie (9/26/92 / dominican republic)

don't let go


Hold my hand and don't let go till the very end
Hold my hand my friend
Hold my hand don't worry
Hold my hand were gonna make it threw
Hold my hand together we can finish our story
Hold my hand remembering the picture we drew
Hold my hand as I enjoy myself being next to you
Hold my hand as I remember the first day I met you
It was September, September 26th that was my birthday present, wishing I could've met you earlier
Is like I was in war and you protected me with a barrier..
I should've protected you when you needed help, I did but it was to0 late, you went to a new world once they opened the gate, a peace full world with plenty of angels around you, you will be happy their, to0 bad im not gonna see you again, I told you from the very beginning of the poem hold my hand and never let go till the very end.

Submitted: Sunday, September 07, 2008

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