Coy Melodramatic


This Is Heaven


He just kept falling and bawling
the pain just got worse and worse
pulling the man to bits and pieces of the real him
fallin deeper and deeper till he couldn't see any light no more
feeling no pain from death 6....6...6... he thought over and over
not knowing what was going on sadness pouring over him
for a reason he had no idea
living not something he thought could be true
standing there with no emotion
walking down and down and down further
feeling his chest go up and down over and over again
watching his life go by
seeing the light coming towards him
a light he had never seen before
was it happiness
forgetting everything else he remembered
for her
watching that memory...
just that memory was killing him
lifting him and lifting him
higher and higher
he crumples forgetting everything pulling him away from the light everything disappearing
waking up in heaven
and sees that crumple
waking up to her face in the light so bright
he felt more alive that he ever was this was heaven

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 22, 2013

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