Bethany King

The Night I Died

It’s the way you use to hold me
Through the nights i use to cry
I’d get down on my knees and always use to plea
How could you leave that way?
You always use to say
Forever and ever babe
But you could never really say

Baby i love you
The way you hold me tight
The way you use to kiss me
On the hot eccentric nights

I miss you my darling
But I’ve forgotten the way
To love and to hold you
In the way you use to say
You’re beautiful and gorgeous
I could never leave your side
But then the night I lost you
Was that the night I died?

I remember the cold
And the feeling of the wind
I remember being told
I could never really win

Everyone was asleep
As i took one last breath
The hill was really steep
And all i wanted to do was the sleep

For eternity and more
Without you by my side
It was you that tore
My broken heart from inside

The pain and the suffering
You should feel to
From the loss of a loved one
The way it was with you

I blame you for the mess
The hurt you put me through
The pain and the suffering
I’ll keep my words so true

I love you
I hate you
I miss you
I don’t care for you
I hope you hurt
I hope you cry
I hope someday you’ll feel inside
The pain
The suffering
The anguish
And the loss
Like you made me feel

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009

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Comments about The Night I Died by Bethany King

  • Beth King (12/15/2009 8:56:00 PM)

    Thanks Jerry for your kind comment, Although a few of my personal poems are about me, I have not submitted them on the internet as they are personal. This poem is about a dear friend of mine that has been through alot. For some reason my personal life has been woundeful, truely blessed but for some reason or another I can't write nice happy poems, they normally don't work out, except the one's I have wrote about my partner. So the poems I submite on the internet are generally about friends, or family, or about what I believe some people go through, something for people to read so they know someone out their knows their not alone.

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  • Jerry Hughes (12/15/2009 7:46:00 PM)

    Despite the misery you've written about so eloquently, I'm glad you're alive. Cheers, Jerry

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