Poem – I Love You

He´s gone so far away,

to a Land of Happiness & Joy.

No more to be held,

No more to be loved.

The scream of dispair,

The scream of this nightmare.

Never to be seen again,

Nor I´ll ever understand his pain.

I was left all alone, as I held my new born son.

His face, his eyes, his wonderful smile.

He was gone so far away.

The man of my life.

Who had bee the companion and friend.

Gone are the days of yesterdays,

Gone, Gone, Gone.

No time, no space, no goodbye.

Here today and gone tomorrow.

So quick, so short, he has gone.

I Love you Dad

The final day came and went,

I wasn´t there to hold your hand.    By Natasha

The Final Day

Published by Luisa Natasha Parker

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