I remember enjoying that zoo-like
class you taught.
I remember gazing into your blue eyes
which revealed a sense of success and direction.
I saw myself in your eyes
I saw you believing in me to
You made me believe in myself.
Then you said it,
"Make me proud."
I couldn't resist.
Tick tock on the clock and we were brought together like magnets.
Each student thrived to bring you happiness.
This procedure became a daily
We would grasp your sense of pride and
remain jolly until the following day.
18 weeks of happiness.
At our closing moments, I became positive.
Your passive actions created my conduciveness.
As time excelled, our magnets
You left us.
You abandoned me.
I remember something you said, "There's a chance I might
not see any of your faces again."
I felt a chill rise up my spine as my heart sunk.
A significant piece of me died when I realized
your removal from us.
An important piece of everyone died.
But the pain hit me the hardest as
teardrops smothered upon my face in disbelief.
The excitement of simply seeing your
face on a daily occurrence was gone.
Your rosy smile and witty ways escaped aside our side.
Your everyday joy and well-developed passion was gone.
Worst of all,
your perfect personality was put in my past.
Every unblemished trait that you emulated and we
grew to love,
was pushed away in my minds eye.
A section of me was broken.
A piece of me was shattered.
But a piece of you will be carried
with me forever.
With or without your return, your life
will never be forgotten