years ago I wrote I would die on the 1st of November 2011;
date is getting so close now, the countdown has begun, before I rise up into
this is the end, did I do my best, or did I just under achieve;
hope I made all of you proud, and in life I really did succeed.
don’t want to die, but I guess everybody’s destiny is to pass on, only your
legacy can span an eternity;
am sorry to my family, and to my Wife, I can only hope heaven can be a touch of
cannot be my last year, for I have only just been born;
heart has only just started beating, I am not ready to leave my Wife and family
want to grow old with my best friend, I want to be an amazing Dad;
poem is for when I pass away, this letter is dedicated to my wonderful Wife and
Daughters, the best family a man could ever have.
me happy, smiling making you laugh not cry;
will be watching over you all as you sleep, watching from my beautiful night
shake, hearts stop, fingers tremble with fear;
is lonely, nobody here to dry your tear.
will be greeted by my Nan & Granddad, who will hand me my unborn baby boy;
eyes will be the same as mine, in death even heaven can hold its own joy.
melts me away thinking I will never again feel my Wife’s touch;
again will I be able to hold her, I am going to miss you so very much.
are rolling down my cheek, like rain dropping from the sky;
destroys me knowing I will be watching over you from heaven, and I cannot reach
out to hold you, when I see you cry.
want to grow into an old man, making memories everyday as we walk hand in hand
by the sea;
my past had made my heart a fortress, then it was only my Wife, which ever held
hope I made my Mother and Fathers proud, I thank them for the best Brothers and
Marion and Roy, please look after everyone for me, I knew I cherished your
Daughter from the very first second that I saw her.
all honesty this pen and paper could never really describe how I wish I am
wrong, my destiny isn’t over for many years to come;
if this it, game over, I love all of you so dearly, each and every single one.
are rolling down my cheek now, smudging on to this goodbye kiss;
may have taught my heart to love, but I never had a chance until today, to
teach it how to really miss.
I love you all –x-