In Memorium

R.I.P. Tanner Chamberlain. I miss you greatly.
R.I.P. Tanner Chamberlain. I miss you greatly.

By: Phoenixx Vann Der Snatsch

You've left me alone.

Alone to keep myself

Company and to keep myself

From going insane.

I cry to myself.

I cry out your name.

I need you back to me,

My dearest love.

I call for you.

I write to you.

I call you.

But then I remember,

You're not there.

You're not here wth me.

You gone away from me,

My dear sweet love.

I need to feel the touch of

Your soft skin.

I need to smell

Your sweet smell.

I need to taste

Your sweet lips.

I need to smile

And think of our memories


Just us two.

By ourselves.

I need to hear

Your charming laugh.

I need to see

Your laghing eyes.

Yet now I'm here,


To cry myself to sleep.

I miss you, my sweet love.

You've left us alone.

Without your wit.

Without your charm.

I keep myself happy

By going insane.

All I need is to hear

You call out my name.

I cry here all alone.

Thinking of our times together.

And I cannot help myself but to

Sit here and cry.

Think of the way you did things.

Before you left us all.

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slmorgan 5 years ago from San Francisco

A beautiful tribute.It's nice to know that through your pain, you can still remember the fond memories. Beautiful.

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Nefarious_Misery 5 years ago from on the move

Very touching. So difficult to grasp all of the emotions flowing around us when grieving. I think you've done well to capture some of here.

Voted up and beautiful.

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carolp 5 years ago from Switzerland

When memories are all we have, remembering is the sadest thing to do. Though these memories we kept in our hearts still made our day brigter than ever.

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