I promised myself I would not cry,
But I could not bear to watch him die.
He was a gentleman full of pride,
Behind that pride he would hide.
 
He was recognized for his dignity, his productivity,
His determination was beyond creation,
But still I promise myself I would not cry
But I could not bear to watch this man die.
 
His life on earth was now complete
The hands of death were at his feet.
Survival was no more, death had bound him to the floor.
Yet still I promised myself I would not cry,
But I could not bear to watch a wonderful man die.
 
Out of frustration I weep, and I weep,
Eventhough I promised myself I would not cry,
Now I understand why,
Oh my Love I could not bear to watch you die.
 
(c) 2013-03-21
By: Kimiko Watson

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Emily Bevan
over 4 years

Sorry for your loss, beautiful poem through.

Kimiko Watson
over 4 years

Thanks to everyone for there support I truly appreciate it. God bless you all.

Ingeborg von Finsterwalde/Waltraud I Mack
over 4 years

I am so sorry for your loss. It motivated you to write a beautiful poem. Please keep writing you have a wonderful touch.

Robert L. Martin
over 4 years

Thank you Kimiko for liking my poems. Yours is very passionate and sad. You must have loved him very much. It was very moving. All I can do is offer my condolences. Keep writing more poems. You have a nice talent.

Vic
over 4 years

Powerful poem.

Sorry for your loss. But I look forward to reading your next poems.

Kimiko Watson
over 4 years

Thank you very much everyone and you guys are most welcome.

Leesaan Robertson
over 4 years

Nice poem packed with emotions and passion. Sorry for your loss and thanks for the follow.

Charlotte B. Williams
over 4 years

Very compassionate poem, sorry for your loss. thanks also for the follow,

Imrogue
over 4 years

thanks for the follow

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