In Memoriam - Poem by Carolyn Brunelle
'Thank you' died alone today.
A last breath and heart beat
was suffered at the hands of
'gosh I'm sorry, guess I forgot.'
There will be no services
or celebration of life tomorrow;
none would even take the time
or bother with implied sorrow.
Thank You once had a legacy
to Pretense, but stopped caring a lot:
'It was my intent to bless you
so I could leave you better off,
but gosh I'm so sorry,
I guess I just forgot.'
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