Without You I'd Die

March 3, 2010
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In his despair he made a poem,
Folded it up and put it in his pocket before he left home.
The night was dreary and the rain came down,
She said “let’s go for a ride around town.”
All through the ride she had nothing to say,
It was almost as if something stood in her way.
Then suddenly it came out of the blue…my parents said “I have to break up with you.”
“I’m sorry” she said “my parents said our love must end.”
He always wished they would never part,
He said in a sad voice “you just broke my heart.”
He unconsciously parked his car on the railroad track.
“I’ll let you go, but I’m never coming back.”
He took out a piece of paper; he held it out and said “read it later.”
She stepped out of the car and into the rain,
And that’s when she saw the lights of a train.
Realizing too late what she had just sighted,
With a blink of an eye metal collided.
All she saw was blood running red,
And someone saying “I’m sorry he’s dead.”
The ambulance sounded like agony’s cry,
Then she read the paper, it said without you I’d die.

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hxcRocker said...
Mar. 8, 2010 at 12:29 am
This is so sad but so sweet. I like it
xxrnl replied...
Mar. 13, 2010 at 8:34 am
thankkk you (:
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