Death of a Friend Poem
Dealing with the death of a friend can be as difficult as dealing with the death of a family member.
Sleeping In A Chain Of Pink Roses
© Stacey M. Oliver
Natalie please wake up, my body feels so cold, and I'm left here in the dark without you here, Natalie please wake up, I'm so alone now that you're gone, and I feel so scared knowing that I'll never see you're beautiful shinning face when I go to the mall, all I want is for you to come back and party like we used to, and to make each other laugh, you always brightened up my day, and we always found a way to make each other happy. I saw you sleeping the eternal sleep surrounded by pink roses, sleeping like a beautiful angel, sleeping in a perfect world, and I'll never be able to tell you all the ways that I miss you and love you, or all the different ways I care about you, and helped me through hard break ups. Thank you for always being there for me when I needed you the most.
I'm so scared here without you, and there is a huge hole missing in my life now that you're gone.
In loving memory of Natalie Lorraine Van Vorst. Natalie, our free spirit, is now a star watching over us.
April 18,1987- April 27,2004
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