Bianca Lauren

The Photograph - Poem by Bianca Lauren

Looking at your picture
Hanging on my wall
What's it like in paradise
We miss you down here
Come back to us come back
Why did you have to go
Maybe we'll meet again someday
But that isn't today
I can almost see you
Here with us again
I hear your words
Removed of misery
I think of you
In perfect harmony
It didn't have to happen
You could have not gone out
But don't you realize this isn't your fault
Maybe we'll meet again someday
We'll sit and reminise
Of all the good times we've had here
And all those people
Who we miss
Do you even miss us
As we mourn for you on earth
Or have you already moved on
This happend way to early
I wish it didn't hurt

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 23, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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