Timothy Long

Rookie - 114 Points (September 11 1996 / Auburn, New York)

Crying For A Friend

crying silently, what of a new is you, in my dreams are horror, the wind came and swept you away in god's hands, after 3 years of chasing then deying, oh loved you did i cry, stuck are you in my life for striving, from the shadows of nightmares, i fear a tear, you are in my dreams, with your swirling lavender of her scent, fills me with regret and shame in your eyes, sky blue mixed with my sea green, short blonde hair looking beautiful in the autum breeze, oh if only, if only i invited you in time instead of being selfish, i wonder if you ever loved me like i loved you, oh every night i wish you would come to me in my dreams, im sorry for you, you got over me while i was drowning in my sorrows because of the impact of your death, i doubt this life is nice, now that your no longer here with me, i prey that you'll come to me in my dreams, the wind, if sensing by a thousand miles away of rainy darkness and swept you away from me, im sorry for you, i fear a tear for you

Submitted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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