A Christmas Without You - Poem by Paul Prescott
A Christmas without you,
Would not do for me,
Although my feelings are true,
I will and still love you.
At each Christmas night I try,
But I still brake down and cry,
How long must I stand in these shoes?
Can’t you see it’s impossible to choose?
On Christmas night the streets get dark,
I try to write you a letter but I don’t no how to start,
The snow flows, but your still not around,
The lights shine, but I'm still lost and bound
The stars shine from the dark blue skies,
These words are nothing but lies,
If I had a wish that would be,
A Christmas love only you would see.
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