Dorothea Gift Of God

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Missing U - Poem by Dorothea Gift Of God

I loved you when the winds blew.
I called you when the tears fell.
I kissed you beneath the truth.
And when I walked away to say good-bye to you.

I'd rather eat smoke and fire then be without you.
I'd die over a million times to be next to you.
I'd run backwards for miles to find you.

If only I could see you one last time or hear your voice.
If I could take back deaths choice, and remind you of love.
If only I could save you from you, you might be still be alive.

To wish upon a prayer and have God hear it.
To hug you and still feel it.
To talk to you and hear it.

Just a hour thought just another day I'll have to say good-bye.

Topic(s) of this poem: Death

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 31, 2014

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