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Bittersweet Music

Trying To Repair

Sometimes life throws us pain
The aches can linger
Can make us faint

Sometimes people
need time to heal

Because there hearts
Hit a hurricane

When your heart
Have been hit
By so many storms

Never time
To build a shelter

Sometimes people
Can love someone so

Never can hate them
Though you try many times

Sometimes there to be
The one that you can not let go

Though you need time to be alone
And wonder if you really are alone

If they are gone already
So silently with out a sound
You never know

And to know in the end
You will find

Sometimes love will save a soul
Or make the death of them

As pain grows on them so

Like a slit wrist
With stiches that resist

Or blood that drips
never to cease
To your hold

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Ace Of Black Hearts (5/5/2013 2:29:00 AM)

    That is truly bittersweet music, I know that feeling been there. It is hard to know when what is best isn't always for yourself. Sometime to love someone, you must show them what they got, make them take really hard look, if they come back you know they realize how important you are to them. If they don't you come to the realization they weren't meant for me. Though you still don't stop loving them right aways, over time it fades, but it will never completely disappear. (Report) Reply

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