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I'll Never Forget You

By PrincessAndromeda2

Drama / Poetry

Chuck

Dear Chuck,

I'll never forget you,

with your curly dark hair,

and eyes that used to shine so bright.

I'll never forget that way that you cheered me up

when I was down

or the way that you set me straight

when I was acting like a shank.

I"ll never forget

the way you accepted me from the start

and you made me a part of the Glade:

you gave me a new life.

I'll never forget

that you were my first friend

(that I can remember)

and that you were always there for me.

I'll never forget

how you taught me Glader terms,

and had just learned to be comfortable using them.

I"ll never forget

the fearless way you charged into battle,

or the way you fought til the end,

or the way you grieved for those who had died.

I'll never forget

the expression on your face

when you sacrificed yourself

and took that knife for me.

I'll never forget

the promise I made

that I would get you home, and

I'll never forget

that I broke that promise.

WICKED can take a lot of things away from me,

but they can't ever take my memories of you away again, because

I'll never forget you.

I hope that you'll never forget me either,

even though you were killed because of me.

But I still know that

I'll never forget you, Chuck.

Your friend,

~Thomas

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