Isabella Epona

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There is a Bright Star


Memories seem just like sad stories
Begging to be read again
It is a dark shadow fallen over our hearts.
But there is a bright star.

Pictures catch just a moment of a sad lifetime
With fake smiles put in pose
It is a brief summary of our life.
But there is a bright star.

Tears are just memories put inside raindrops
Falling from your sky
Unleashing a monster that wants to scream
It is a deep cold elixir that puts you asleep.
But there is a bright star.

A lifetime will be full of many things
Some will be sad stories
With fake smiles and poses
And there will be many rainy days.
But there is a bright star.

Love, it can make you vulnerable, sad, and frustrated
It will make, break, and take your heart
Listen it will lead you
What makes the world go round?
There is a bright star, love.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 28, 2010
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