DAVID werts

Rookie - 12 Points (United States)

Dream


I think I'm dreaming and all is well, I cant be-leave I'm in my own hell

I wake any minute and you'll still be fine, Ill wake and say it was all in my mind

cant believe your going to leave me soon, Ill be lost forever like the in the man at the moon

they said you'll live for another year or so, your still here thats all I know

just days away before ya leave, someone pinch me I need to believe

you were the best child and deserve so much more, wish ya could have made it longer
at least till four

daddy loves you and always will, I'll see ya someday again and I be thrilled

you only 2 years old and your so sweet, I see ya laughing it makes me fall on my feet

just last month you were so full of life, now your at your end, just its hard to grasp your life just begin

If you know of anyone that had a terminal condition hold on to them with all your might
make the best memories you can with them and take lots of pictures so you can remember

Submitted: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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