Angie Estrada

(May 30,1995 / Phoenix)

Not With Me No More

There is a person I will never forget
I will never forget him because he was my life
I could picture one day being his wife
He is not with me no more
What happened to the guy I used to know?
I loved him with all my heart
My heart is now broken apart

He is in a better place now
He is with people he loves
I remember him when I see white doves
He is better off without me
We will never know what could have been
I know what to do when I'm sad
And that is to cherish all the moments we had

May he rest in peace
He is a person that will be missed
When I hear love songs
I don't know how I manage to stay strong
He will forever remain in my heart
That will not be broken apart...

Submitted: Thursday, April 15, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, October 16, 2012

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