Michelle Dickson

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Gravestones Memories - Poem by Michelle Dickson

I look upon this gravestone
and let the tears roll down my face
for i will never see another smiling face.
Cause when i go home
ill walk into the bathroom
grab a razor from the counter
and replace my pain with my life.

I once had a semblance of happiness
within you.
I once had a semblance of peace
within you.
but now that your gone
there is no one to stop me
from seeing you again
sooner than was planned.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 17, 2008

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