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You Were My Rock That Fell Through
You taught me life more than death
You were there when I took my first breath
You sat with me though my deep deep pain
But no scar sat as deep as the one you fain to leave
As I sit here in the other room I long to see you as I did once when you were far from here
I think that I miss your soft skin, your lips, your smile, and your spunk which I love and I fear
I Miss You
Into the late night I sit alone on my couch staring away into nothing
It is at this time that I feel the loneliest surrounded by the sounds that share this dwelling
Nothing else could fill this void that exists in your absence
This void that grows and darkens, it sinks deeper… without balance
Road Trip Home
It’s a safe trip from A to B
I drive effortlessly toward a destination I can almost see
But what if I want to turn around
I want to spin towards your sound

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