Karen GonzalezVidela


I'll Die With You


If you need to be with someone,
Give me that look
And tell me what you want.
If you feel like crying,
Push me into the water with you.
If you know that’s too small,
Give me that beautiful sound
So that I’ll build it bigger.
If you don’t understand the rest,
I promise I’ll memorize your mind.
If you need to be with me,
I'll swim with you in that pool.
If you want to be free
But I nothing can do,
I promise you I’ll stay with you forever
And never go out
So that we can be imprisoned forever.
And if you feel like dying,
My darling,
I’ll die with you.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Edited: Sunday, September 22, 2013

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This poem is dedicated to all my beautiful ocean friends in captivity :) Trainers are amazing people that want the best for their animals. The problem is that we cannot read the animal's mind, therefore not knowing what they want. I think Jenny and Kalena had a better friendship than what you can have with a human :) I wish we could know what these beautiful creatures are thinking, so that we could give them what they want :) Animals will always be my best friends :)

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