Cynthia

My Final Goodbye

This is my final goodbye

My smiles were all a lie

I just wanted to die

I got my wish mommy

I didn't commit suicide

I didn't take my life

 

He was drunk

He was texting

All while he was driving

I was crossing the street

It was a school crossing.

 

He was speeding

There was a little girl in front of me

I knew he was going to hit her

I jumped in front of her and pushed her out of the way

BAM

 

He hops out of his car

Runs up to me crying

"Please don't die, I'm sorry"

My breathing is shaky

Sirens getting louder

 

Mommy is screaming

Crying out for her baby

One breath

Two breath

Gone

 

I was supposed to graduate

I was supposed to go to college

I was supposed to grow old

Sure I wanted to die

But not quite yet

 

You took me from my friends and family

You were drunk

If only you would've stayed home

If only you weren't drunk and texting

 

I'm glad you hit me and not the little girl

This is my final goodbye

Please don't drink and drive

Please don't text and drive

Yes this

This is my final goodbye

Comments1

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    WOW CYNTHIA ~ A really powerful Poem ~ which I hope is not actually your final GOODBYE ! WE need excellent Poets like you on MPS !
    On the subject of your Poem it has happened several times in our extended Family ! Stephen on his BIKE ~ George on his Motor Bike ~ Anthea out walking etc. What grieves me most is we never got a chance to say goodbye they were all D O A by the time they got to Hospital. Thanks for sharing pleased YOU sacrificed YOUR life to save a Child ~ YOU did not die in vain ! Yours as always BRIAN. Please check my POEM (Pilgrims Progress) and NEW FUSION on CHRISTMAS ~ BRIAN.



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