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    dots Submission Name: looking over youdots
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    Author: secret kisses
    ASL Info:    22/f/uk
    Elite Ratio:    2.81 - 558/438/138
    Words: 164
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    please dont shed a tear for me,
    dont think that i have gone.
    i am here looking over you,
    my spirit still lives on.

    i may have been young,
    and you think it wasnt my time.
    but things happens for a reason,
    and this time the time was mine.

    please cherish all the memories,
    as i always have and will.
    remember all the laughs and smiles,
    and carry them on still.

    i will be watching over you,
    and help guide you along the way.
    anytime you need to talk or cry,
    i will be here for you everyday.

    just because you cant hear or see me,
    dont think im not around.
    i will be in every living flower and gusty wind,
    and in every pebble on the ground.

    so let this be your last tear for me,
    dont think that i have gone.
    im here forever looking over you,
    through you my spirit lives on.






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