Final Goodbye - Poem by Jane Tomlin
You look at me with blazing eyes
What are you thinking what do you see.
Tell me that you love me so I can hear
your sweet voice one last time.
Wrap your arms around me so I can feel
your warmth once more.
The bitterness is creeping in
and I'm falling asleep. Please don't let me go.
I want to cherish this moment forever just
please don't go.
The final squeeze of her hand and she's gone
gone into an eternal slumber.
Where the animals run wild and free
Where peope no longer cower in the face of death
Where the hand of evil no longer oppresses.
He plants a soft kiss on her cheek,
' you will no longer suffer, my darling
I promise I will see you again soon'.
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