Andrew Vassell

Living After Your Death - Poem by Andrew Vassell

To say my eyes
would be dry, I'd lie
cause I'd cry a
thousand tears.
Senselessly would
eruptions shatters
the root of my heart
and helplessly would
I fall apart.

I never dreamt of the
day I'd have to live
without you, so how do
I go on not loving you.
The absence without
you would be hard to
bare, so why stay alive
when I could be with
you there?

I glad at least I
appreciated you and
glad every day I said,
' I love you'. Glad I had
you by my side and
with all my heart I
made you my life.

Ultimately you were
all I need but now
you're gone but is
this just a dream.
You said you'd
stay, that you'd
never leave so why
should I live and
what reasons do
I breath?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 15, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 16, 2011

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