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Life Giver Killer

As I sit by your bedside, I just can’t believe my eyes. please, don’t die. You’re beginning¬†to flatline, your heartbeat is growing weak. Sweet, gentle and kind. You’re innocence as pungent as your spirit is meek. As you lay there with your arms stretched out, your legs crossed, I can’t help but feel a sense of loss. my soul is lost… Who did this to you? What kind of evil is this? Who would betray you with a smile and murder you with a kiss? Tears fill my eyes, I cannot comprehend this injustice. i.want.justice. Anger overtakes me, I demand to know the culprit as I sit in this pit of despair. This cannot be real, it just isn’t fair. … I grab your hand, I can hear a faint whisper as you try to speak. So, I lean in because your body is way to weak. I know you’re fading fast so I ask you one last time in desperation, Please! Just tell me, I need an explanation. Who did this? I will find …