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I walk down the aisles giving roes here and there
I meander up the stairs to the stage
I walk pass Derek, Vicki, and Johnís chair
There it is the emptiest chair, yours
I lay two joyful red roes on the seat
They came no where close to filling the void
I sit down and wish you were there
When the feeling of udder sorrow came over me
I felt a lively presence surrounding me hugging tight
To others your chair my appear to be empty
But I felt your warm heart sitting right there
Your chair was full of your spirit and my happy memories


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The following comments are for "You're There"
by Wanabe

There it is the emptiest chair, yours
Oh, this piece captures the moment I pointed to in the last poem perfectly. I can see the red roses in the empty seat.

( Posted by: SkyTigress [Member] On: June 24, 2004 )

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