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General TripleD


Twilight


The last light hits the earth
And you and me are there
Watching the sun
It's getting darker and darker
We hold hands
And we want the moment to last forever

A single look and we know what comes next
Kisses and hugs under the sky
Stars and the moon give some light
But the darkness covers us like a blanket
Love reaches unknown heights

Then a dark cloud covers the sky
We look at each other
Regret in our eyes
In the distance a lonely bell louds midnight
And before I know what’s happening
You are running
Running to catch your last train
I can’t cry
I can’t shout
I just stand there watching
Watching you run

But some stars blink through the clouds
And I know
That you will come back
It's a question of when
But still
I'm standing there watching
You turn around and smile
It would have made me smile
Except for the tears that roll down your face
They destroy the peaceful image of the town

As you hurry to the station I regain my will
Desperate to have a last look, I start running
But when I reach the station
The train starts to move
Then I see you
And you see me
As the train picks up speed
I cry
But my face is covered with a smile
A smile filled with hope and knowledge
Knowledge that we meet again
Perhaps tomorrow perhaps not but we will meet again.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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