Treasure Island

Millicent Munyi

(12/7/1988 / Nyeri)

IF I HAD TOO


If i had to give you my eyes, i would so you would see me, if i had to give you my breath i would, so you would survive, if i had to give you my hand i would so you, would embrace and hold me tightly in your arms.

if i had to give you my leg, i would so you would take a step with me, but the only thing i wish i could have given you was my time.Now that you are gone all am left with is regret and unspoken words. If only i had a second chance i would have given you my all.

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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i wrote it when i was so low.

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