Five Minuntes

February 5, 2009
By theoobleck GOLD, Auburndale, Florida
theoobleck GOLD, Auburndale, Florida
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Five minutes
If I could have five minutes,
Just five minutes,
To see you again,
I'd cry, I'd smile, I'd laugh,
I'd beg for your forgiveness.
I'd remember the good times and bad;
The ugly and beautiful, happy and sad.
I hope you remember me fondly
I always loved you with all of my heart,
I simply overlooked,
I was scared and confused.
I'm so grateful to have known you,
I wish I could have longer,
There has to be a reason.


The author's comments:
A poem about loss through death and how different it is than any other. I wrote it after the death of my uncle.

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on May. 7 2009 at 2:12 pm
Ramir-Oliver GOLD, Burlington, New Jersey
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by readings this i could feel the emotion goin through you when you wrote this. this is the best i have every read on this webd=site. keep up the writing. thanks for the comment




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