Death Do Us Part

Death Do Us Part

At the dead of night he came stealthily.
I was waiting for him holding my breath.
She was tossing in her bed in deep pain.
She wanted to breathe but there was no air.
He gave her the relief which I could not.
The creases of her face were smooth once more.
She looked like Snow White fallen fast asleep.
Then the night was over and the sun rose.
Flowers in the meadows danced in the wind.
The birds were singing merrily on trees.
No one noticed that she was not with us.
She has left us and moved to a new world.
I feel lonely on this earth without her.
I wish the night would come and take me too.
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