Dear Uncle

I wish i could hear your voice
Your hearty laugh was my ray of sunshine
Why did you have to leave so soon
I wish i could hug you for one last time

When i saw you lying in the coffin
My heart was torn apart
I couldn’t contain myself
My tears fell like shards of glass
I never knew that your heart was failing
I would be on my knees praying

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Im a 26 year old introvert who is trying to be more like an extrovert. I love to write poetry and daydream. My daddy is Jesus Christ.
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