daniela gallegos

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You and Life


All this love has expanded,
no longer two but three.
Yet the world has frozen
for he has left you indeed.

Ths is all new, for you haven't lived it before.
All the love he had for you now is gone.
An empty room is all you've got,
no longer three but two

Only you and life...

Your future has changed,
your plans have vanished,
dreams now you find unreachable,
but you hang on tight.

Only you and life...

Two months left,
the worst you've overcome.
Now a smile is on your face,
and can't wait to be called mom.

The time has come,
a problem you are to face.
A life HAS to be saved.

You OR life...

'God save this child! Don't take him out of my life! '

Fainted prayers a lonely soul cries.

A miracle has occurred,
for faith you didn't lose.
An innocent cry is hear,
your tears go loose.

Happiness fills you up,
no longer three but two.
It is you and life,
standing stronger then before.

Submitted: Thursday, April 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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