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Loving you

She was an angel,
He was a king...
they started walking and talking.
She had a smile that he couldn't forget,
it was something he wouldn't regret.
It was only four years later,
she heard the bad news,
it was a Saturday afternoon,
it was something she couldn't imagine.
How did it happen? she asked.
No-one answered.
That night she was in her room,
looking out at the moon.
Why will no-one tell me?
Is it something I couldn't see?
She went to his place when no-one was home,
and read his diary all alone...
'This girl was so beautiful,
I met her today, I hadn't seen her before, I hope it was supposed to be this way?,'
She turned the page. 'She has the most amazing smile, I think I love her and have for a while'.
She closed the book,
and smiled through her tears,
she was where she wanted to be,
I hope he could see...
She lay on his bed,
thinking of him and felt the touch of his hands on her head,
she turned away and closed her eyes...
She dreamt of a lullaby,
and in that she couldn't help but cry.
She met him in her dream,
'I hope it was as it seemed.
I hope you knew I love you,
and I realized you did too.
But I'm glad we met at last and we talked like we were meant to...
I won't ever stop loving you.'
She awoke and walked away from the memory she just had,
she walked away but looked back for one last time...
I did love you in every way...

by Kelsea Smith

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