Laying down upon the grass,
Morning Dew caressing my back,
I look upon the stars and
Manage a smile...
I know it's been so long,
Since I've heard your voice and song,
What I would give to live again,
To take me back awhile...
A single tear rolls down my cheek,
Mind full of words that I can't speak,
But every night I take myself
Into the past...
I remember that sweet taste,
Your rugged lips upon my face,
And every night I grasp your key
And ask god why...
When the morning sunrise comes
I hear the beating of the drums,
The way our hearts would always
Sound as one...
And when I wake upon the days
The very first words I must say
As I kiss the gift you gave
"stay with me..."
A poem I recently wrote in honor of my departed fiancé, who passed of a ****** overdose on October 16, 2013, a day I can never forget. We had the best times of our lives, and we had the worst times of our lives. But we LIVED and we LOVED. And every day, I still think of you... on my 22nd birthday, he gave me a sterling silver key to propose to me. Sadly we never lasted long enough for him to buy me an actual ring... I miss you, chucky. Sleep in peace, my beloved.