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tark barraj

Undying Love

As I hear her name echo in the air
I think about how I can bear
The though that she is out there somewhere
One though of her makes me feel dead
As sometimes I cannot even get out of bed

People ask me why
I always tell me that we didn’t even say good-bye
Though they have no idea how true love feels
As without her it kills

Hopping that she still thinks of me
I never want to b just another memory
I though I have convinced myself that I am over you
I guess that was just a scam to get me through
As I am lost again with loving you
Everything reminds me of you
And every time I cannot help but to feeling blue

As u are my venom that I hate to love
All that cursed from the above
I pray that one-day
She will come to me to tell me that she can’t live with way
And that without me her world is gray

And I may still have feeling from you
No matter how much shit we’ve gone through
Nothing can hold me back from you
Because I know that we belong together
As much time as it takes whenever
You will one realize one day
That you can’t live without me where you lay

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
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