Lauren B Called

Rookie - 113 Points (Motown)

Over and Over


can you feel me near you
fingers gentle across your cheek
arms wrapping around your shoulders
as you push your chest against me
closer than we've ever been
lips quiver in fear
fear of moving forward
and fear of losing it all by staying here

can you feel me near you
how many times has it come to this
will there come a day we don't return
discouraged by the impediments
over and over we've walked this road
yet again forced to turn back
endless source of inspiration
fighting the limits as they attack

Submitted: Monday, October 28, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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