I won't

I died

The moment they said you were gone, wells of water streamed from my face.

Your smile, your jokes, your cigarette stained breath

The way you wiped away my tears

The sweetness of your words in the bitterness of life

All of it was a distant memory

Momma

How can I go on?

How can I smile ?

How can I live with out you?

The answers are simple

I can't, I don't , I won't

This poem is about: 
My family

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