Randy Carminati

(09-02-1987 / San Luis Obispo)

Six Months

Six months have passed,

Think about you everyday.

I really want to know,

Does pain go away.

Had a conversation about you,

Today with your bestfriend.

She is helping me out more than ever,

Lending a special loving hand.

Not sure of where I am,

Confused to what to do.

Never thought of life ahead,

Especially without you.

Got to spend your birthday,

With others you brought into this world.

Their love is so great,

Better than gold.

Glad we had you,

For as long as we did.

If like was like eating,

I would need a f*cking bib.

Never thought someone so tough,

Could go that quick.

Nver had anything hurt me so much,

Never felt so sick.

Glad my lest words,

Were 'I LOVE YOU'.

Makes me feel better,

When I know what is true.

If I would have made,

Just one different decision.

I would not be,

In this messed up collission.

Submitted: Friday, January 23, 2009

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