Daniel McCann

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Daniel McCann Poems

41. Manchester's Silence 7/20/2011
42. Awake 8/13/2011
43. Sitting In Silence 10/21/2011
44. Removing Armour 4/29/2011
45. Perfect Poem 5/2/2011
46. Pictures Of You 5/2/2011
47. The Stolen Car 5/2/2011
48. Cry For Me 5/2/2011
49. Strip 12/28/2011
50. Write You 12/28/2011
51. Face The Music 12/29/2011
52. Forgiven 12/30/2011
53. Long Sight 12/30/2011
54. Paper Cuts 1/4/2012
55. Letting Her Go 1/4/2012
56. Circle Of Age 1/4/2012
57. Life Is Longer Than You Think 1/4/2012
58. Rosarium 1/4/2012
59. Loyalty 1/7/2012
60. She Doesn'T Respond 1/17/2012
61. Deep In My Dreams 1/18/2012
62. Walk Of Shame 2/6/2012
63. Pure Feeling 3/4/2012
64. A Pebble In The Ocean 3/4/2012
65. This Life We Live 3/23/2012
66. Two Word Lines 3/26/2012
67. You In My Mirror 4/8/2012
68. Who We Are 5/2/2012
69. Liar, Liar, Bums On Fire 5/18/2012
70. Surprise Of Youth 5/18/2012
71. The Truth 8/5/2012
72. Her Daddy Was A Good Man 8/20/2012
73. The Searching One 8/23/2012
74. Gates Of Leaders 9/6/2012
75. When Summer Went 9/6/2012
76. You Only Play 9/6/2012
77. She Said 10/14/2012
78. Stay 10/27/2012
79. From The Heart 10/28/2012
80. Look At Me 10/28/2012

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I walked summer through winter and handed her my coat to keep her warm
summer wanted to find her heritage
so we began a journey that took us back to a time before she was born
I found that summer didn't ask to be adopted by winter
she was left with no choice, summer got used to the cold,
refused warmth, with that she handed me back my coat
I can take you places, I promised, it won't take too long but won't be too soon
summer, we'll go back to spring and when we do, summer, you will bloom,
and when we walk through autumn you'll never fall
because the summer I've ...

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When I Go On That Day

When I go on that day
I just wanna be able to leave something behind
I would like you to see into my heart rather than my mind
you may go into darkness but by listening you wont be blind.

When I go on that day
it would be nice to know that someone would visit my grave
it would be nice to know that ad be forgiven for the mistakes I made
it sure would be something if you believed in the spirit I had stayed.

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