Carolyn Sum

'I'M Still Here' - Poem by Carolyn Sum

I’m still here as I disappear
I was taken, but you’ve been shaken.
I see you have cried, it hurts you that I have died. I whisper, I’m still here.
as I disappear.You're looking around,
I know you can hear me.You just have to believe, then you can see.
I grab your hand, as you now understand. I must go,
I love you so... As I pass over I say good-bye, I’m sorry that I have died.
I’m still here, as I disappear.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 15, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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