Blair Flynn

You'll always have a place in my heart

I think about now and again
And how you were my friend
Until you became more, than I could ever ask for
In an instant you became my cool breeze on a hot summer day
The aspirin that could take my every pain away
And my little peace of heaven to the hell I called earth

But slowly but surely, the bliss slowly turned to remorse
My enjoyment to betrayal
My paradise to misery
You had taken everything that gave me joy and chilled it to the core
Why did you take my warm heart and turn it into ice?

I tried to get a little peace back
But the more I ran after it, the more it seemed to fade away
I stopped running and started to catch my breathe
And watched you slowly fade from gray to black

I miss you so much
And I remember what we once used to share
All I want for you is to again care

You are a part of my life that I can never erase
I will eventually find another person to love

But in my heart you’ll always have a place

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2008

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