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If I Die Tomorrow

written by: Tylia Flores

@stompingoncp1

 

If I die tomorrow

Please don’t cry for me,

Cause I’ll be running free,

finally

No wheelchair needed,

I’ll be up there catching with friends and family I ain’t seen,

Grabbing my glass of southern white wine,

While sitting with Jesus,

Thanking him for the crazy but wild life he gave me,

So if I die tomorrow,

please don’t wear black to my funeral,

Instead, wear the color I wear with pride the most,

If I die tomorrow please don’t cry,

Cause I’ll be running free…

Tylia Flores

Tylia Flores

Tylia Flores is a 24-year-old born with cerebral palsy. Although her condition has affected her mobility, it has never affected her will and determination to make a difference in the world. Through her many life challenges and obstacles, she discovered her passion for writing. Tylia’s goal in life is to share her stories with the world. In doing so, she hopes to help others with disabilities realize that they, too, have the potential to make their dreams come true.
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