Rivers O'Donahue Poems
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The first snow brushed the ground,
As the sky lit up without a sound,
And we stood below, barefoot and amazed,
Wide-eyed in surprise, heads in a daze.
The stars dealt the cards to our future,
As the seasons changed in a blur.
The laughter faded behind our shadows,
As the cold grass sank between our toes;
It was the last time I looked into your blue eyes,
The very last time I witnessed the sparks fly.
I gave you a choice, it pressed into your skin,
And there I was waving good-bye,
a tear rolling down my chin.
And I ...
To Depressed To Move
I never thought I'd die alone
I laughed the loudest who'd have known
I raced through thoughts to make me happy
I never knew they held such unhappy things
I took my time, I hurried up
The choice was mine, I didn't think enough
I'm too depressed, to move
Hope you'll miss me when I'm gone