When Your Heart Stops

There were no hospital visits for you. No loud sweeping exits, no shrieking machines to tell us that your heart stopped. 

It just did.

Home, surrounded by all of your friends and family, you just left peacefully. 

I would have wished nothing more. 

Except maybe to talk with you one last time about all of the mysteries of the universe.

But that was too much to ask, I guess. 

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