Tragic Memories - Poem by Richard Noggin
I’m here with nothing to do
But sit here and think of you.
It hurts me so. Why did you do it?
My mind can’t help but to go through it.
The way you left it seems unfair.
You broke my heart cause you didn’t care.
Too take your life in front of mine.
Tore me in two and killed me inside.
But I will live your legacy out.
Because I care for you without a doubt
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