I have this moment of joy
That a new day has come.
The feeling of happiness that you are gone.
Then, the heaviness sinks in
You are still here!
I do not want you around me
The feelings of sorrow and sadness that you bring me
What have I done to attract you?
I do not want you.
I bare the dagger in my heart
that you have placed
I can not remove it
you are much stronger.
I have everything
that a women desires
except the company of you.
I know this is who you are
But, please I do not want you.
I always remember the days
When you haven't found me
The joy, the felicity
The happiness I felt
how I miss you happiness
I still put a smile on my face
that you can not
take away from me
If it's real or not
I will never give that to you.
I know deep down inside
happiness we will meet again...
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