Treasure Island

Matthew Hunt

(7/01/97-? ? ? / Humble/TX)

My dear sister in heaven, I don't think I can make it

I'm sorry sis I know you're waiting up there for me,
But I don't think I can make it,
My love,
This should come as no surprise,
For you have watched me from above,
As I have slowly wrecked my life.
But tell God I love him,
Just as much as you,
That much you better know is true.
I know our final parting will hurt,
Even more than our first,
But sis,
Save yourself
Stop hopping, stop wishing I will make it
because I'm telling you now, plain and simple
I never will
My lovely sis,
God, this hurts,
I know you feel it too
This is Our unexpected twist
our final parting
I love you forever,
Through time, realms, and space
and I will FOREVER remember your beautiful yet distant face

Submitted: Monday, May 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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