Katherine Sessor

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How Do You Do It?


How is it that you can make me laugh
When there are tears running down my face?
How come you can bring out my smile
When heartbreak left me with disgrace?

How do you make me feel at ease
When I tell you my inner hidden truths?
How are you able to leave me fearless
When my worries show me false proofs?

How can you create a confidence in myself
When I suffer from my own self-doubt?
How is it you can give me my voice
When even myself am to afriad to shout?

How come you let me reveal my truer self
When there are very few I truely trust?
How do you stand me back on my feet
When life has left me down in the dust?

How are you able to make me feel loved?
When my last love threw me away?
How can you always make me someone special
When I have been lost through the day?

Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Edited: Sunday, September 18, 2011

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