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Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

We'll Meet Again Sometime


There’s never a good time to part
Every choice that we have, always tears at the heart
But if I had my way, I’d choose Autumn in May
And let the breeze blow the leaves
To hide the tears in my heart
For me that’s a good time to part

There’s never a good time to say goodbye
Every way that I know only makes me cry
No amount of love that we shared
Can describe what we had
So I won’t even try, to find a better word than goodbye
Unless it’s “we’ll meet again sometime”

Search the pages for a photograph
Gather the pieces to a broken heart
Keep the memories inside of you
We’ll meet again sometime, it’s true

Break

Search the pages for a photograph
Gather the pieces to a broken heart
Keep the memories warm inside of you
We’ll meet again sometime, it’s true

There’s never a good time to part
Every choice that we have, always tears at the heart
But if I had my way, I’d choose Autumn in May
And let the breeze blow the leaves
To hide the tears in my heart
For me that’s a good time to part

Copyright Colin Coplin 2008 / 2010

Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010
Edited: Monday, November 22, 2010

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  • Rookie - 123 Points Kirti Sharma (6/25/2014 7:01:00 AM)

    beautiful...
    it goes like a song..
    i like the rhyme..
    i invite you to read my poems.. (Report) Reply

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