Gemma Louise


In memory of lost loved ones


When u loose a loved one
Who means the entire world to you,
Your world turns upside down
And you don't know what to do.

You cant seem to understand why
When your mind is not your own,
You cant seem to look forward
When your feeling so alone.

Weeks n months start passing by
And you manage in a way,
Your heart still feels broken
Silent thoughts n memories stay.

What I'd give to see u again
For just a little while,
I often sit n think of you
And remember with such a smile.

I'd want to say so many things
I don't know where I'd start,
I seem to av lost my visions
With the sorrow that clouds my heart.

We shared some happy times together
And we shared some sad ones too,
But the saddest day of my life
Was the day that I lost you!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Edited: Thursday, November 01, 2012

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