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Salmaan Sheriff

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THE FEAR TO WAKE UP


Everyday fear the dawn,
There is fear in my veins,
The fear of facing the truth,

The truth that we were not meant to be together,
The truth that I am nomore than a friend to you,
The truth that I am not going to be with you again,

Everyday i wake up with hope,
I hope that u might come back,
I hope that u might realise that nobody else can love you more than i do,
I hope that u might realise how much you mean to me,

Days, weeks and months passes,
with fear in my veins, hope in my heart.

Dedicated to the lady in red.

Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2009

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