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stephanie dirks


have you ever


Have you ever cought yourself falling someone you know you can't have
Have you ever tried falling out of love and never confessing it
Have you ever had to tell your heart no because of fear
Have you ever had to feel that misery

All my life I never imagined love wouldn't hurt that bad
That I would never have to deny my heart what it feels is right
All I ever wanted was a love likke cinderella
The happily ever after

All I can do is forget him
All I am able to do is confess this love to myself
Keep this love bottled up forever in the dark
And keep this heart of mine under lock in key

I wonder how he would act if he only knew
This deep love I feel for him
I can never let him know
For I fear that I would lose everything

He's my whole world
My entire life
He doesn't know
To save everything

I must forget it all
Pretend these feelings were never here
But I could still lose everything
Because to save ny heart I must forever leave

Submitted: Saturday, December 12, 2009
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