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April Swan

(3/3/95 / san deigo)

Regrets of Just yesterday


Ever thought
You could wake up
And one day be
All alone
When just yesterday
That song was sung
A melody, the family
The song taken
All for granted
No consolances
Till the end
Just remembering
And regretting
For what is now
An empty bed
And the sorrows
Seeping down
And residing
In my head

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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saw the news this morning and heard about this house fire to a family and I think the mom died..It was so sad and it got me thinking: '(

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