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When I Die - Poem by Krupa ...

If I would die today
I‘d pray on bended knees
That GOD from this world
Let me take away something more than memories

I don’t want only glimpses
Of the laughter that I shared
I want to feel it all
Even after I am dead

I won’t want to give away
That fragile part of me
It means everything to me
It’s the essence of my being

I would like to feel forever
Never letting a moment go
See it grow more and more with time
Never wasting it… or letting it go

It makes my whole world wonderful
It makes me feel alive
It helps me grow day by day
It makes me feel I m living a life.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 25, 2008

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