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His Plead...

His Plead...
By Fantasylover19 on 09/04/2007
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As her blue eyes slowly bled,
He pleaded to her,
"Don't leave me, sweetheart."
"I need you."
"I need the love you poured out to me."
He didn't want her to leave.

Her blue eyes flooded with tears.
He said, "Don't cry, honey."
He beganto cry with her.
He softly said, "You shouldn't have to cry alone."
He cryed along with her.
She asked one thing of him. "Say what makes me smile."
He uttered, "I love you for all eternity."
Nothing will come between their love.
Their bond will be forever.

He stared into her eyes,
Begging, Pleading, "Don't leave me!"

Then her final breath escaped between her Parted lips.

Her crystal lue eyes took one last blink to Capture his image.
The last memory of him:
He took her into his arms,
Screaming, "No, you can't take her she's mine."

She smiled her last smile.
She is no longer with this world.

No more will she be able to stare into his hazy green-blue eyes,
No more will she be able to feel his soft, gentle hands against her skin.
He'll never forget their love;
Neither will she.

But for now their separated by two different worlds;
Their love isn't,
But their presence together is.
They'll see each again,
But for now he belongs here.

© By Fantasylover19 On 9/4/2007 8:59:40 PM
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