A face that is always on my mind, A smile I have seen a million times, Two eyes that would light up the sky at night, One last battle you could not fight, The day was long, then night then morn. I knew that soon you would be gone, I clasped your hand so warm in mine, Soon we would be out of time, To stay with us you fought so hard, A million pieces went my heart, Now a photo I look at to see your smile, I keep your number on my speed dial, A video I watch to hear your voice, This I do.... I have no choice., But great memories I will always keep with me, Your love in my heart for eternity, I never got to say goodbye, To understand why, I can but try, Waiting in heaven from this moment on, 'Till God asks you to bring me home....
I love you Mum xxx
A dream so real
- by Arnold R. Salazar58
I glance at a dimly lit room. I enter and see your face. First, I wonder, 'Where is this place?' All questions are quickly tossed aside as your eyes once again meet mine. Has it already been a year? A year since we last said hello; a year since we last said goodbye? I don't want to know why; why you've decided to visit me. I'm satisfied hearing your voice, ever so softly. Softly, you whisper your motherly advice. With your words, I'll never have to think twice. You made me promise to always take care of the ones I love. Then the room slowly fades away like a flying dove. The dim light fades to black, and I'll never forget how I awaken in this cold sweat. Tears endlessly crawl down my face as I realize the truth of that place. It was all a dream, or so it would seem. It was a dream so real. Thank you for visiting me. Thank you for letting me hear your voice and see your smile. I've missed it all for a long while. As you watch on us from above, I promise to always take care of the ones I love.
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