What If

Poem By Paige Thomas

What if I died yesterday,
what would you do,
would you tell me you love me,
just as the few,
Or say your good-bye,
that most of us would do,

Would you think about it and take a minute,
but your wasting my breathe that I have left to speak it,
Would you not even think and make a mistake,
But you would be the one that will have my heart to break,

So think about the unexpected,
because it can always be neglected,
think about all you have,
your family, your friends, your mom, your dad,
maybe you will believe me if I told you that I had died yesterday.

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Some what of a sad last line, excellent show of feelings.

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