Taca Dawkins


Am Your Pain


You Should Know You Are Not Alone
I Felt the moaning Of Your Words
And The Pain Of Your Bones
Your Mind Is Lonely
Your heart Is Painful
I Hear Your Silent cry
It Makes Me Wanna Die
I Was On The Internet
I Almost Loose My Breath
Because Of You Lonelyness
And Sadness Of Your Eyes
You Look So Close to death
So I Rather Be Your Pain
Than The You soon Love Forget

Submitted: Monday, September 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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I was once with her and now everything is so mess up and months as past, I still could feel her so I called and couldn't get to her and I went online and saw her then my love again wont help because she was so much in pain of even a another heart break after us as I got to know, thats why I rather be some of har pain than the love she will soon forget about.

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