I know that all good things must come to an end but I didn’t expect it to come so soon 

I don’t know how I’ll ever fill this space 

And I don’t know if it’ll ever get easier 

Each day seems to be harder than the last 

And just when I think I’ve accepted it, I remember 

I remember and remember and remember 

And I don’t know if I’ll ever forget what you looked like laying there in that casket 

I think that was the first time I’d ever seen you without your glasses 

With a full face of makeup, 

Lashes, foundation, brows

Whole face beat to the gawds 

Not a hair out of place

Your blue shirt was pressed, not a wrinkle insight

Laying there, peacefully surrounded by padding 

All I remember is my breath leaving my lungs 

And me constantly whispering for you to get up

That this was fake

That this was some sick joke 

That you were going to sit up and laugh 

Find your glasses and speak

Speak to all of the crying people

Silence the wailing cries


And I don’t know if I can ever forget 

All the memories shared

All the lost future plans of linking 

Partying until we forgot all of our worries 

Nor do I even know if I want to forget

But all I do know is that I loved you 

And I promise to love you until my time ends too.