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Love and Pain are the Same | Poetry / Lyrics


Four letters deep, they penetrate
Divided in to equal parts in a human brain
Feeling the same inside a heart
Love and pain

Blinding like the sun heat
Hurting like a sun burn
Bright like the sun shine
Furthest thing from planet earth

Around ball of fire
The hottest thing I’ve ever seen
Love and pain seems to be the same damn thing

You stained my heart with your love
And left a scare on my soul with your name Mr. Pain

It makes no sense, you can’t see the different
Pain is hope, it will pull you threw
Pain’s the thing that proves you
That love exists too

Blinding like the sun heat
Hurting like a sun burn
Bright like the sun shine
Furthest thing from planet earth
Around ball of fire

The hottest thing I’ve ever seen
Love and pain seems to be the same damn thing

Can you feel the love in my pain
I haven’t given up on our sun shine
It just clouded up, and left me in the rain
I’m soaking wet, and waiting for the sun to shine again

Submitted: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Edited: Friday, July 15, 2011

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