Together Again Someday

Together Again Someday

A Poem by C.J.
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Same deal with this poem. Not stolen taken from my other account, so please no reporting.

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A wound in the heart from someone that has been lost is hard to mend.

Especially if it's your best friend

They made you think nothing was wrong,

Even though the Reaper was singing his song.

They never let you know they pain they felt,

Because they wanted to be your belt.

To keep you standing up tall,

Even though you felt so small.

The pain would melt away when they saw you smile,

And they would think" I won't see that again for a while".

But when they called that day to say "Hi",

It was truly meant as a "goodbye".

They never showed that nothing was wrong,

Even though they heard the Reapers song.

When the day came to leave this place,

A smile showed upon their face.

So finally the pain had melted away,

And they no longer had anything to say.

Nothing was no longer wrong,

And the Reaper stopped playing his song.

So now they watched you smile,

And now they can see it all the while.

They'll always keep you standing up tall,

Even when you feel so small.

Even though you can't see or hear,

They always will talk to you in your ear.

And say " Trust me when I say everything will be okay,

                      Because we will be together again someday".


© 2010 C.J.



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C.J.
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Added on March 24, 2010
Last Updated on March 24, 2010
Tags: death, friend, loss, hurt, reaper, pain, goodbye, family

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Hey I have another account on this website, but i made this one mainly for my poems and possibly some short stories. Anywho, I'm an outgoing person, but can be very quite at times. I love anime, music.. more..

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