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Mikey (Jan. 12.2006- Jan. 6.2008)


Author: Midorininja
ASL Info:    16/secret/Michigan
Elite Ratio:    2.03 - 6 /9 /11
Words: 90
Class/Type: Poetry /Death
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Mikey (Jan. 12.2006- Jan. 6.2008)



Life may be retaken by destiny
But death is just a step into a new atmosphere
There is never an end to living
Only new doors to be opened
The stars above ensure new happiness
Even though you’re gone
You will live on without truly being here
Your warmth still in my heart
And my tears shed for you
Will only make us both stronger
There is no way you will lose an ounce of love from my heart
Love is something that last for eternity
You’ll never be forgotten




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  Life may be retaken by destiny
But death is just a step into a new atmosphere
There is never an end to living
Only new doors to be opened
The stars above ensure new happiness

Even though you’re gone
You will live on without truly being here
Your warmth still in my heart
And my tears shed for you
Will only make us both stronger

There is no way you will lose
an ounce of love from my heart
Love is something that (lasts) for eternity
You’ll never be forgotten


This is an excellent tribute to a young life lost. My only suggestion would be to break the text up into more or less equal sections for the reader.

Bill
| Posted on 2009-04-08 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]
  Everyone must go to the other side away
from this sphere of ever changing clay
to a place of joy, peace and love
where memory is still as haunting as here
and those left behind still hold as dear
memories that now are even more clear
to that image in a heart of love.
| Posted on 2009-04-08 00:00:00 | by realpoet | [ Reply to This ]


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