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When I Die

When I die

Turn me into ashes

Throw me in the sky

Free balloons with pieces of me

Let them go gracefully

You know I’ve always

Wished I could fly

If it all seems so sudden

You mustn’t wonder why

I looked up all suggestions

Every single one I’d try

Each time you asked

What’s wrong, I admit

At times I’d lie

I was only trying

To protect you

I didn’t want to be

The reason for which

You drowned in silent cries

I know you had an inkling

But you didn’t want to pry

I know you whispered

Of me but tried

Not to be a spy

Don’t look for me in heaven

Just cremate me

When I die

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