Memories linger in a tune so true;
I cringe at the last breath of you,
In the silence I shivered-
With hope your pain be delivered;
I weep as your voice echoes so dear
And of the times you were so near
I can find you in the pure white snow
and in the Spring were green grass grow
I can find you where ever you may go
You are in my thoughts and tears below;
How could we have known how you felt
We didn't realize the sadness you dealt
The way you laughed was so true
This way out was not you
You didn't have much in your time
You gave me three children whom are divine
One look from them reminds me of you
Your spirit lives on in this world of blue
This poem was written for my husband, whom took his own life in July of 2003.
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