Weeping At Your Grave - Poem by kerry green
I still remember your smile, how your eyes sparkled with the glistening of the sun.
I still remember the late nights, staying up listening to music until the dawn.
I remember it was just you and me no one else, I was so happy I finally found someone who made me feel safe secure and complete.
I still remember all the things you said I remember the laughs we shared
Now the world just is not the same, I am so full of anger hate and pain, and my only comfort is weeping at your grave.
I still remember the stabbing of my heart, and the pain that never goes, never fades the pain that has lived within me since you went away.
Maybe I should move on people say, how can I, why would I.
My heart is loyal to you and loyal it will stay.
You left and I was alone and now my life consists of sadness, tears, and pain.
All I can do now to be close to you is sit and weep at your grave.
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