Karley Kay

Rookie (6/22 / Found My Relief)


Snuggled under the covers
I'm warm and content
I feel you close again tonight
Even though your thousands
Of miles away from here.

I know you are looking out for me
I know that I'm safe tonight
I twirl the ring around my finger
And a grin shows on my face
I'm yours forever.

Your my world
My safe harbor
The one I look to for comfort
The only one who understands
You are a part of me.

You know just what to say
How to make me smile when
All I want to do is cry
I love you so much
You are my dream come true.

Closing my eyes, I smile to myself
Knowing I'll be okay for tonight
Tomorrow is a brand new day
Let go of what happened today
Tomorrow is a new beginning.

No matter what my parents say
I wont let you go
You make me happier
Than anyone
You make me remember why I loved life.

You helped me forget
About my past
And focus on today
Ignore yesterday, that day is over
Today is the day to focus on.

Smiling to myself I fall asleep
With the assurance that I'm safe
That you will be in my thoughts
The moment I wake up
And think of you all day.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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