Treasure Island

susan covington

(March 6th / Utah)

Thee Coldest Tear I ever felt


The coldest tear i ever felt fell slowly down my face at a bow
The coldest fear i ever had was at that moment of sadness
The chill of its furry left my eye blurry and
Confusion had taken what my mind had mistaken
The burn of ice left a cut so deep
In to my face as i feel to sleep
As i slipped away in to a deep sleep dream to keep
The coldest ever in life to have to know
Is the one that feel down from my eye so slow and
Its end it paused to make sure
That i knew what is mission was and
It was to kill the meaning of this is that life dues exist
Its sadness that it bears burns tears cold and fears
So when you have the Un-wanted chance
To know what i mean
I feel for your soul and inside just scream
Let it know your not alone and
Find the one to hold you and make it known
That as cold as ice sharp as its knife
Just cant make you take you or brake you
From who you are inside
So fight it stop it make it disrepair
And hold on to the one that is close and
Never let its fear make you and the one you love
Disrepair

Submitted: Friday, February 01, 2008

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