Mandy Author2


¿Podría usted decirme? (Could you tell me?)


How long do I have? ,
How long before you're gone? ,
How long before it kills me? ,

Don't get me wrong,
You have no idea how much I've missed you,
No idea how much I care,
It feels like it's been forever,
And maybe it has,

All I know is,
You're going to leave,
Every thing's going to change,
No matter what you say,
It's going to kill a part of me,

A part of me I've just found again,
A part of me I'll lose again,
A vital part of who I am,
A vital part of who I've always been,

I can only hope and pray,
That I'm doing the right thing,
Keeping this,
From everyone

Every misguided being who cares,
And yet can not truly show it,
For they fear,
What I know,

So I must give the understanding,
They can not,
For fear of you're breaking their hearts,
Me with the burden of knowing,
That you will

Submitted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010

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