haley cooper

if i died today Poem by haley cooper

if i died today,
would you start to cry,
or ask the stars about,
just why i had to die,

or would you brush it off,
and just forget that i was gone,
then go about your day as if,
nothing could go wrong,

do you really want to lay here,
with me right by your side,
after i was buried,
could you say you never cried,

would you miss the sound,
of my laughter in your ears,
and drown out the sound of silence,
with the falling of your tears,

right now i must confess,
that even i dont want me here,
and i dont think i would miss me,
or even shed a tear,

for someone like myself,
does not deserve true love from you,
but if i died today,
plez tell me wut you'd do,

would you brush it off,
or maybe start to cry,
for i need to kno the truth,
in case, by chance, i die.

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2008
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