Melissa Christman

Rookie (3/1/83 / Allentown, PA)

My Existence - Poem by Melissa Christman

Without you I can't breathe, without you I can't live, you are my life. Without you im nothing but a lifeless lump waitin for you to come breathe life into my lungs, you are my existence. You are the air that I breathe. You are everything that keeps me alive. You are crucial to my survival. You are my beating heart, the blood that pumps through my veins, without you I would shrivel up and die.

Whats life but a black hole without you in it. I will float helplessly through the darkness till you reach out and pull me down into your arms where nothing can go wrong. Even in death you will live through my heart and my soul, you are my heart and soul.

The worst is over only better days are ahead of us now. We have been through the storm and im startin to see the clouds clear and we can finally see the sun. That gray cloud that hung over ours heads for so long has finally passed and only clear skies and sunny days lay down the road of happiness. Hold my hand and promise to never let go while we run through the tall green grass fields of endless bliss.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2009

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