Gabriella Franco

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November Nights


September nights
Tend to scream
'Baby I thought you
Said you loved me'

October nights
Remind me
Of 'we' the 'us':
So in love.

November nights
November nights
What A fright
November nights

Ending of my present life
Nothing ever seemed so right
I need you by my side
I died, I died on November nights

September nights
what a wonderful thing
My beginning
How Ironic.

My birth day
Our beginning
Oh what a wonderful month
September means love

October nights
Oh so beautiful
Happiness, hope
A whole family

My daddies' birthdays
One here, one deceased
Praised and mourned
Mixed Octobers

November nights
Panic. Thanksgiving.
Thanks for what?
November killed my father

November nights
A car crash
14 years ago
And then you end me

November nights
November nights
What A fright
November nights

Literal ending of his life
Nothing ever seems all right
Momma needed him by her side
He died, He died on a November night

Submitted: Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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