Ranock Saing

Rookie - 0 Points (06-06-1989 / Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

Rip - Poem by Ranock Saing

Everyday, I live missing you
But that is not something ordinary new
You went away without a goodbye
Leaving me here to cry
I just wish I could touch your face
And be able to tell you that you are full of grace
Now everything is gone, you, I have to live without
My mind, it’s you, it thinks about
For you everything I would do
Even that night, anything to save you
When you were here, you would make me laugh
All I have now are the photographs
We were so close
Our togetherness, I miss the most
If only you were here with me
Then you’ll able be able to see
The pain that I must bear
Even though you broke my heart, I still care
He took you in a flash without saying a word
Each day, I pray telling him this is absurd
Sometimes I wonder why he couldn’t take someone else
However I’d be a little selfish
That night, things just went wrong
Despite everything, I live and tell myself to go on
So now you’re in a better world than mine
Just know you were one of a kind
On top of that, we’ll meet again one day
Don't worry about me, everything is ok

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  • (4/7/2008 1:16:00 PM)

    i love this poem its make me cry (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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