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Kara Aleid was Thomas

I can feel your pain.

I heard his worst
i felt his world crush
his life seemed difficult
his words seem imaged.

ive heard his life
ive heard the tears
i see a lost kid
washed away like
he's not good enough

i listen in shock
i listen and try to be calm
hes talking to me and
hes embarrassed to speak

hes trying to hold on
to be good to face it all
he changed the topic
to hide the old life
he still and once had.

ive come to realize
what he means to me
to what hes been treated
and how loved he is by me.

it breaks my heart
it brings me tears
his sadness when he talked
the pain he must of felt.

Submitted: Sunday, July 29, 2012
Edited: Saturday, August 18, 2012
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Wrote in dedication of a loved one of mine, their sadness touched my heart.

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