Treasure Island

Christina L Johnson

(Januauary 8 1962 / Mt. View, California)

I Hate Goodbyes


I Hate Goodbyes
Category: Life


I hate goodbyes they make me cry

I hate tomorrows that never come

I hate the month of December and the winds that come roaring through

I hate warm May afternoons an every month with a moon

I hate every single reasoning an questions and still come up with the word why

I hate the tears in my children's eyes

I hate the sadness of family an friends worrying will their friend ever find happiness again

More so, I hate the number two that was the day he never came to

I hate knowing that there isn't a God or a heaven above

If there were I would not feel the hatred I have for everything I used love

An Praying that it was someone else God choose to take that day


..............until we meet again-

Submitted: Tuesday, June 03, 2008
Edited: Saturday, August 23, 2008
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