The Day You Died


It was a cold and hard day when you passed away.

I received a phone call, telling me you'd jumped.

I fell to the floor and froze, my whole world crashing around me.

You were my best friend, you didn't even say goodbye, why?

I ask myself each day, would I be better off where you are?

But my friends and family convince me there's a life made for me.

Without you I feel empty, you were more than a friend, you were my soulmate.

I need you, each and every day I think of you and I hold back the tears.

Forever in my heart, I love you.



  • Author: loveandsuicide1 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 14th, 2016 12:47
  • Category: Unclassified
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