A Walk To Remember

May 9, 2013
By sophia0 BRONZE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
sophia0 BRONZE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Favorite Quote:
don't judge a book by its cover


We took a stroll
On a Saturday morning
The cool breeze blew us away
Her hair swayed across my face
It was the scent of lavender rush
That caught my smell instincts
We held hands down the creek

I knew she wasn't going to make it
So I made this a walk to remember
She stole my heart
She had my soul
I vowed to love her
'till death do us part
I would never break such an oath
Nevertheless let her suffer

She had a short period of life
You never can tell when she will die
So I made this walk most memorable
If she was me, she'd do the same
At last, our walk has come to an end
I really hope she had fun
Its time to go
I'm really scared
Of what the future holds for her

If I had the power
I'd change everything
Let me suffer, let her go
Why so sudden, why so soon
She collapsed as we entered
The last words I hears her say
Were "I LOVE YOU" and "TAKE CARE"


The author's comments:
inspirational for people who have lost someone unexpectedly or know someone who has an illness and can't make it.

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