Until We Meet Again

Until We Meet Again long poem

As I try to put
Pen to paper
I find that my thoughts
Have begun to waver

I always thought of myself
As being very strong
But I’ve been feeling very lost
Ever since you’ve gone

I cry at night
I cry in the morning
My eyes fill with tears
Anytime without warning

I remember your smile
I remember your gaze
I remember all your loving
And generous ways

I’ve seen you suffer a lot
I know it must have been tough
I guess you just decided
You had had enough

I pray you’re in a better place
I pray you’re feeling whole
A place where you’re at peace
In your heart and your soul

I pray the Angels keep you
Because you’ve been so good
I would personally ensure it
Only if I could

I know we’ll meet again
Whenever it is time
And until then I will carry memories of you
In this heart of mine

To carry on is life
But I will NEVER forget
You were the BEST Father
Any little girl could get

God has a plan
For each and everyone
HE knows better than us
How it’s all done

So I pray to HIM
To take good care of you
And always remember, Dad
I really, really Love You

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An introvert by nature, I've always gravitated towards the written word.I've tried my hand at writing poems and short stories.My other interests are listening to music, singing and dancing.
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