Regina Ray Robins

In Loving Memory of My BestFriend

Remincincing stare

as I see you there

laying in a casket

while people places

flower baskets

around you.

Tears flood

into thunderstorms

in the pew.

Thoughts of you

growing up together

we wanted better

until that day,

you took the pain away

infront of me.

Why me?

I loved you so much!

I wash my hands

from the “What if I could’ve…because

I couldn’t…do a thing to stop

you.

Missing you so

much as I stare at your

vessel,

in peace you

lay.

I hope you

are loved

as you should.

I wish I could

hold you and love

you still…for

at least one more moment

once again,

I miss my bestfriend.

A pink coffin

holding light

to your name

as all the tombstones

word the same

In Loving Memory.

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