Up There With You - Poem by Damian Fisher
Lets compare the past and now
Do you see the difference do you see the frown
I wonder why and I wonder how
You can stare at me from within the clouds
This emptiness I feel inside
You took from me into the sky.
Your tears are rain that kiss my face
My tears feed flowers on your grave
Instead of leaving me with a parting gift
You stole the smile from my lips.
I wish I could give you one last kiss
I jump up to meet you but fall like a brick
With folded hands I start to pray
That I'll see you again another day
When my batteries die and wings let me fly
I hope you'll be there in that heavenly air
That smile of yours, the one that I lost
We can share it once more and leave our bodies to rot.
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