Fond memories

I lay cold and alone in complete and utter darkness
Never again to feel the sunlight on my face
Alone, yet never again lonely, no laughter, no tears, no more fears
Gone is the longing for companionship, the burden of love, nor hatred
Did I wish this?Is this bliss? Have I done this to myself? Or has life dealt me a cruel blow? Unable to right certain wrongs
Though gone are the troubles, we all must face, but gone too are the joys
Perhaps not so many fond memories, but at least a few. Surely a few?...

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