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The Ache Essay

307 words - 2 pages

My heart never ached soAs when the doctors said you would goWas it not hours beforeWe laughed and played at life's open door?How quickly things do changePretty soon my life would be rearrangedThe loss of youWould've been a partial loss of meBecause we worked hand ...view middle of the document...

But on I wentWith my pain barely spentStill longing to know if you had stayed or wentDays did pass and we waited to hearWould this be a mournful year?And soon words were spokenThat I keep in my heart like a token.You would liveBut suffering was still something you had to giveNow I can remember those passing days of eternityWas it a minute? An hour? A day?No one could really sayBecause pain has no definite timeIt hangs on that thin lineOf indefinite awakeningAt moments the ache returnsAlways reminding me of the timeWhen for you God did yearn

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