Charlie Moland


For Christina


On this piece of paper
she who is I tried a poem
About the pretty girl
About the girl with the stunning smile
About the girl who was happy
And about the girl who was sad
I wish for her to be happier now
prettier now
to have the virtue of an even more stunning smile
And to take away the pain which made her sad
Though none of that is possible
For she already was the happiest
the prettiest
the saddest
and she had the most stunning smile
So Death had cheated her
He told her she'd be better with him
Though none of that is possible
For she was already perfect
her beauty is now
Forever lost

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 02, 2014

Topic(s): death


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This is for my beautiful sister, who really deserves to have 500 books written about her.

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