by Kacie Rahm
Tuesday, July 16, 2002
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I miss the way you would die inside, at the end of every episode.
Every adventure made you want to explode.
I tried to decipher what you had to say,
And I’d look forward to seeing you every Wednesday.
So tell me, why didn’t you stay?
What was it that drove you away?
You hid yourself under your clothes,
What was the big secret? Nobody knows.
I miss you so much, you won’t be replaced,
Just know that too me, your life wasn’t a waste.
In heaven we’ll meet my dear Kenny,
Among the angels a many.
I’ll boycott “our place”
I’ll boycott “our time”
Anything about you will be erased.
Until again you are mine.
The memories are stored away for awhile,
Only until again I see your smile.
Copyright ©2002 Kaci Rahm-------This may seem very beautiful to you, but the truth is, it's about Kenny from Southpark, who died permanantly last season!