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 251. Letter to the Past
I wish
I had better news
For you.

The future
Is filled with
So many things,
Good and
Bad,
Though you
And I both
Know,
We don't
Think that way
Nor
See that way.

You ARE
Going to graduate.
It's going to be
Hard,
And painful,
But in those
Dark nights
And moments…
Know that you
Will make it.

The migraines
WILL get better,
The asthma
Not so much.
Not yet.
Not here
Or now.

You are still
Waking up
On the right side
Of the ground.

The two people
You thought
You could count
On to never
Let you end up
Homeless…
Have in fact
Let you down.
One person
Won't
And he's
Your saving grace
At the 11th hour.

The butterflies
And the birds
Are disappearing
So make sure
To appreciate
The sounds they
Make.

The poetry
The art
Is going to
Be wonderful
Another saving
Grace
In the 11th hour.

Oh and
Lastly…
Don't let the
Sadness pull
You into
The quicksand…
Get angry.
Do something
About it.

Love you.
Always.
Forever.


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