Poem about Sadness

Accepting Death

Accepting death

Involuntary Acceptance

© Paula Lahey
Even though
We’re far apart
You’ll always be
In our heart

He loved you then
We love you now
Kept from your life
We don’t know how

Perhaps one day
A chance we’ll be given
Until that time
You’ll be missed where we’re liven

We’ll hope for the best
But expect the worst
That you’ll change your mind
For this we’ll thirst

Whether you do or don’t
We may never know
But never forget
We still love you so

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Published: Jul 2008

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