Poems about Death, Grief and Bereavement - I Would by Darren Heart

Darren Heart By Darren Heart, 8th Jul 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1ylrl5yj/
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"I Would" is an original short poem about death and grief by Darren Heart. Taken from the book "My Five Stages of Grief".

I Would

I'd kiss your lips more often,
Make more time to stroke your hair.
Take more pictures of our love,
Of the moments that we share.

I'd be a better husband,
Never fail to hold your hand.
Try to see your point of view,
Do my best to understand.

I'd never be too busy,
You would always have my ear.
Hold you tight when you are down,
Help to dry up every tear.

I'd cherish every moment,
Never back down from a dance,
These are all the things I'd do,
If we had a second chance.

©2014 Darren Heart


"I Would" is an original short poem about death and grief by Darren Heart. Taken from the book "My Five Stages of Grief".

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