Cameron Brooks

Rookie (12-19-88 / Clinton, MO)

Hello Stranger


Hello stranger which brightens my life
Erases my worries
Removes all my strife
Through clouds of darkness I see
You always seem to be
A life on chain and ball
And you released me from it all

Hello stranger we meet again at last
So long the time we are apart
And together flies by to fast
To fast to capture this memory in my mind
And search a century and never find

Hello stranger how have you been
I’ve been waiting for you
And will soon wait again
It feels so weird to love you so much
For you’re only a stranger a shadow of such
As you lay here by my side
I wish you no absence til mornings tide

Hello stranger I missed you a lot
I cherish our memories of moments we sought
May I ask you a favor
For once can you stay
For every time our time runs short
Our moments fade away.

Submitted: Monday, April 03, 2006

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