jax col

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the days turn into weeks Poem by jax col


The days turn into weeks
The weeks turn into months
The months become a year
And I feel so empty without you

This hollow feeling I have been given
Just makes me want to cry
This emptiness inside me
Makes me want to curl up and die

I hate not being able to see you
I hate not being able to hold you
I hate not being able to feel you
I should have just been true

I long for the day I can smile again
I long for the day I can laugh again
I long for the day where I can be at peace again
But it may be a while until then

I want us to just talk once more
I want us to just to laugh once more
I want us just to smile once more
Please let me back through the door

This hollow feeling I have inside me
Just makes me ache and sigh
The emptiness I feel because of it
Makes me want to curl up and die

The days turn into weeks
The weeks turn into months
The months become a year
And I feel so empty without you

Submitted: Wednesday, January 21, 2009
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