Venus Fire

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Pain of love


Love,
the word of wonder, joy and pain
What can it bring?
It makes my heart sing

It brings wonder to my world
Joy to my soul
but pain to my heart
once you depart

There were doubts in my mind
thoughts I tried to hide
trying to act normally
inside it was killing me

The way you spoke to me
or when you didn't at all
Wasn't like how you used to be
You made my heart dull

There were reasons to leave
but I didn't listen
because I believed
you made me glisten

Then I saw it all
you and that girl
having a merry time
and I took a big fall

That was the end
no will to stand
no helping hand
my life turned bland

the pain of love
rises above
but time heals all
so stand tall

Submitted: Sunday, April 18, 2010

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