The news is expected,
yet it comes like a shock.
For the past few days,
you’ve been watching the clock.

Her breathing is shallow
but you try to hold on.
As you can’t imagine your life
when she’s is gone.

She exhales her last breath.
Her heart it then stops.
Her body is limp
Off the bed her hand drops.

Your heart starts to bleed
your eyes start to weep.
She looks so beautiful
as if she’s asleep.

There are people around you
their voices you hear
Although what there saying
is not very clear.

Your heart is bleeding
its out of control
The loss has broken your spirit
and entered your soul.

The arrangements are made
her family all their.
People coming and going
to show that they care.

Then the day comes
to say your final goodbye
You lay her to rest
and feel yourself cry.

The tears they keep coming
it seems there’s no end
It is a horrible thing
to loose your best friend

This woman was special
a rock in your life.
She was always around you
In good times and strife.

You can’t live in the past
With all that sadness
The people that do
it drives them to madness.

Life it goes on
We all must adapt
We all must move on
or else we’d be trapped.

Written by Jerri42
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4 Responses to Loss

  1. tricia jenkins says:

    wow x will mean a lot to many x

  2. The Munnichs says:

    This made me cry buckets as that is exactly how I felt when my gran dies, she was my bestest friend and my heart was shredded when she died!

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