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Author Name: FreeJame Richardson 1 Comments
Date Added: November 10, 2009 12:11:46 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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He was shot before her eyes,
he was her whole life.
Now she pushes through everyday on autopilot,
not really seeing or living,
going through a routine that never changes.
Trying so hard not to think about him,
about what they had,
what they shared.
This routine keeps her numb,
she's trying to hold back the breakdown
that she knows will come,
it is inevitable.
Trying to keep a semblance of a life that doesn't exist,
she doesn't care what happens anymore.
He was her whole life,
without him, she doesn't exist,
without him, she is nothing.
It is so hard for her to keep eating,
to get up every morning and get dressed,
but she does it anyway,
to keep from going insane.
Author's Notes:
This is how my friend will become if her brother dies. Her love for him is not the regular brother-sister love, considering they are step siblings
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Comment By: Freee. Gene Myers on November 10, 2009 07:18:05 PM Report
Brothers are brothers regardless whether biological or step.  Love knows no such boundaries.  If he does die, then he will hold the door open for her when she goes.  Families are forever.  Tell her that.
Gene  




 


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