Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

Rookie (July 14,1965 / New York)

At The End Of The Road - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

I am standing here at the end of your road trying to get a peek at you on the other side of the pearly gates of heaven; there was something that I forgot to tell you, I wanted to let you know just how much I love you, I had one more kiss that I wanted to give you one more hug I needed to steal and I needed to hold you just a little bit longer but your time here on earth came to an end and now I am standing at the end of your road…
At the end of your road where the sky kisses the clouds and the color of the rainbow has your face embedded forever more, at the end of your road where your happiness begins and my sadness overpower my soul, this feels as if it is too much to bear. So I must share for the lord forces me to live on …
I should have known that our time was limited and nothing is forever now I am standing here wishing upon a star that I had just a little more time, my friend take this as a lesson learned use your time wisely for no one last forever and you too will sing that same old song.
At the end of road where my tears have started and my heart is broken I want to place the blame on someone, anyone. I am mad at the world and feel like life is so unfair. I don't understand why am left here to live without you, endless days full of tears.
People have always said God only takes the very best and this I do agree. Still I don't see why he has placed this much pain upon me.
I am standing here in the shadows of your memory feeling the sorrows of yesterday, carrying the pain of tomorrow and refusing to let you go.
Lost and confused I still feel you near, as I drift off I can see your face. The presents of your smile haunts me, your love was the glue that binds my soul. And I will always be in your loving memory as I stand here at the end of your roads.

born October 8,2002 earned her wings May 22,2008.


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This was written for Victoria J Washington

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, July 22, 2012


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