Why am I sitting here,
wishing you were here.
Don’t you know I’d die the same,
if it would’ve taken away your pain.
Six whole years today,
since you’ve gone away.
Love is my only fear,
cause I’ve seen how fast it can disappear.
The drugs never take away,
the misery of your face.
I wish I could take back time,
so our relationship could have climbed.
My father the only regret I have,
is telling you I hate you the day that you died.
This poem was written/submitted by Anna Elkins.