David Knox

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The Chronicles of A New Day part 3 Now I'm Coming Now I'm Running


Running... running pant... pant... running to where?
sometimes i forget... sometimes i don't care
as i run and run i seem to get closer to you
and you get closer to me too
i run even though you are there pursuing more
with your piercing eyes and beautiful
run... run...
I am not done
I am trying to get away or closer maybe just away
for a day
trying to hide
my feelings as i stumble, slip and slide
suppressing....
my feelings....
Hw much more can they take
before they break
and before they are on more
when i no longer blush as my heart begins to soar for you soar
its easier to run then to deal
easier to run farther, then face whats real
run...run....run....not...done...run... I'M RUNNING

Submitted: Monday, February 18, 2008

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