Treasure Island

Emma Jane Rae

(1988)

Heaven


As i sit in heaven,
And watch you everyday,
I try to let you know the signs,
that i never went away,
I hear you when your laughing,
And watch you as you sleep,
I even place my arms around you,
Try to calm you as you weep,
I see you wish the days away,
Begging to have me home,
So i try to send you signs,
So you know you're not alone,
Don't feel guilty that you have,
Life that was denied for me,
Heaven is truly beautiful,
Just you wait and see,
So live you life, laugh again,
Enjoy yourself, be free,
Then i know with every breath you take,
You'll be taking one for me!

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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found this poem posted on facebook and i love it thought i would share fpr you all to enjoy when your missing that special someone!

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