Drunk Driving Poem

Here is another sad poem. We don’t know the title or the author of this one:

Near to the door

he paused to stand

as he took his class ring

off her hand

all who were watching

did not speak

as a silent tear

ran down his cheek

and through his mind

the memories ran

of the moments they walked

and ran in the sand (hand and hand)

but now her eyes were so terribly cold

for he would never again

have her to hold

they watched in silence

as he bent near

and whispered the words…

“I LOVE YOU” in her ear

he touched her face

and started to cry

as he put on his ring

and wanted to die

and just then

the wind began to blow

as they lowered her casket

into the snow…

this is what happens

to man alive…

when friends let friends…

drink and drive.

We also got this drunk driving poem from an email that was circulating the Web. Again, to the person who wrote it, we thank you!