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Sep 2014
And there I was.
Reading the side of my Coca-Cola can.
It says; to share it with dad.
So here I am.
Offering the can to a grave.

(If only death understood patience.)


Why did I not learn to treat everything like it was the last time?
Because my greatest regret is how much I believed in the future.

But I was young.
So therefore; naive.

So ******* naive, I tell you.

Told the ground I wouldn't take no for an answer.
But they buried you anyway.
Written by
NV  19/Cisgender/find me at a cemetery.
(19/Cisgender/find me at a cemetery.)   
   Adan Taylor and R
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