Would You? - Poem by kharon march
If I slip away if I die today would you stay? Would you envelope me in your warmth and reassure me that it was okay? Would you caress my face and curse god that it was not you in my place? I would.... I would die without you this is a fact that I can not deny would you do the same if god beckoned me if it was my time? Would you smile when my memory lingered about your brain would my memory be sufficient in numbing the pain? As I search the recesses of my mind I begin to ponder weather or not i would be hurt by the answer that I find?
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