So difficult today to see beyond my sorrow, will looking back in memory help comfort me tomorrow? Tell me how should I feel now that you are gone? For days, I awoke at nights, while the world is fast asleep, and then take a walk down memory lane with a heart filled with grief.
I should I've known you won't be here forever, but I trust in faith to never say never. There are clear things that naked eyes cannot see, you the brave not live forever better than the cautious who does not live at all.
You were the angel that lifted me up when my wings forgotten how to fly. You were the reason I accept things without asking why's. As a friend, I'm grieving, and I always will be. loves ones will grieve too, if they aren't already.
For months, I knew you had to leave, but I just couldn't let go. I wanted to believe you'd lot more tomorrows.
What would I say to you, if we'd one more conversation? That illness that paralyzed our line of communication.
While you knew you were dying, you refused to stop smiling, so each time that I feel like crying, I will smile to know you were once here. Is there an end to all things, I failed to accept. I thought we'd be friends forever, but just shorter than I've expect.
Hi there, it's funny to me when I come across a poem that truely speaks to me on here that was written so long ago but feels like it was written in front of me. Loved it and saved for later reading. Regards Ink.
7 years ago
This was such a heartfelt yet beautiful, sincere piece.
The heart writes such beauty when dull of grief.take care
KelleyanaI read this with tears filling my eyes. I have felt these same feelings losing people that I loved so much. I think your special friend did so much for the people he cared for. Keep your memories close to your heart and he will still be there giving his strength to the ones who were special to him.