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Kerrie Maurer

This is goodbye

Through the thick and the thin
The good and the bad
The heaven and hell
The joy and sadness
In healing and pain
You stood by me
Watched over me
Protected me
I've wanted you safe
And ok
Ill do what I can for you
Like you do for me
But this is the limit
Nothing can push me away from you
But I wont watch you get hurt
This is the end
you got hurt because of me
As much as this is going to hurt you
As much as this will hurt me
As much as our hearts will tear
This is the end
I'm so sorry
I love you
And I'll never stop loving you
Your my other half
Your the beat of my heart
The blood in my veins
The breath that gives me life
And as much as it kills me
To let go and walk away
I can't watch you get hurt anymore
We're at the end
And well
This is the end
I'm saying goodbye

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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