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This Day Of Your Passing - 21 November 2011



This Day Of Your Passing

21 November 2011


We Love and miss you D., Diana, Mom, and Grammy

By Phillip Michael on behalf of your daughter Amy
21 November 2012

I've perished so much this year

Every second I stop
Suddenly I'm in tears
Constantly out of the corner of my eye
I swear I'm catching a glimpse of you passing by

I've tried to stand so strong
Just the way you'd want me too
But my life is crumbling before my eyes
And there is really nothing anyone can do
How did you always stay so strong
To the very last breath as you passed beyond
Rarely you wore you're pain on the outside
Me being the fiery one, I always just let it fly
But really Mom
No one knows I'm feeling insane on the inside
Can't ever seem to do enough
To override every waking moment of the pain
The pain of missing and not speaking with you
I still just can't grasp your really not home
But now… our home
Is a debauchery of pain
I can't run any farther from the crazy man who drastically changed
I can't quit on life, my family, Dad, Sheila, Fordy, Wilson, or Oliver
But I think if I really had the balls
I'd end sooner than later
Because sometimes I feel I can't stand another moment
Without being near ya
Again... I know I have a family to hold together
Just the way Dad was the bread and you were the butter
I just wanted to tell you how much I miss you
But no one can put it in the words
The way my self-proclaimed poet husband can do
God MOM!!!
I miss you Mom so much
Especially on...
This day of your passing - 21 November 2011

I Love You Always and Forever... You'll never be forgotten for making me who I am!

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Phillip Michaelhttps://twitter.com/#!/PMReincarnatedWriter/Poet/average guy sharing raw talent however; I cover a vast range of topics from love, tributes, seduction, vampires, and gory. Inspiration is all-over. I follow no formal techniques or anything. I write the way I think. Currently live in Portland Maine · visit my blog at http://poetryreincarnated.blogspot.com/Copyright © 2011-2012 All Rights Reserved Peddling Creativity Inc.. more…

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