Bre Renee

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Cure


The rain is rhythmically tapping,
The sky so elegantly blue,
The thoughts in my head are racing,
all I can think about is you.
The breeze is so calmly whistling,
The stars are illuminating the sky,
The thoughts of you are blissful,
but my memory of you is shy.
I'm sitting here alone,
on an extremely peaceful night,
the wind chimes are making sonance,
The nature is a beautiful sight.
My heart is feeling blue,
as blue as this night sky,
I simply can't get over you,
and continuously ask myself why.
The infatuation kills me,
The pain I still endure,
I simply can't get over you,
I need to find a cure.

Submitted: Saturday, March 23, 2013

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