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4ever my friend you will always be
And you'll always be the number 1 girl to me
I know we've known each other 4 so long
And the friendship we've built has always been strong
Music: breathing of statues. Perhaps:
silence of paintings. You language where all language
ends. You time
standing vertically on the motion of mortal hearts.
Love is the salt, in the life-meal
If you taste it unsalted, many times hurt you feel
Love is something real, you cant pretend
life is life, however it would go
love is love, no matter what would occur
love is growing more with every hearts beat
feelings of my heart could never change
In the evening, when he's got the time to spend with me,
He goes and falls asleep watching TV,
Is it because we're now a wee bit old,
And our feelings for each other have perhaps grown cold,
Even in a person
most times indifferent
to things around him
they waken feelings
I sit beside the hearth fire of your words,
A temporary light by feelings heard.
Beyond the dark rim, winter's killing fields
Encroach upon a heart by memory sealed.
What I wished throughout life?
No trouble, nice spending with wife,
Children just before eyes playing,
I knell down before HIM and praying,
Do you enjoy while making fun?
Do you fear while pointing a gun?
Where you ever chased or made a run?
If not, then you are exceptionally only one
The feelings I don't have I don't have.
The feeling I don't have, I won't say I have.
The feelings you say you have, you don't have.
The feelings you would like us both to have, we neither of us have.
when a woman can bring beauty into the heart of man
she knows that she is on the right track.
for man will always try to hide the feelings
he has locked up inside.
A paper soul
An empty hole
Left out in the pouring rain
heart awes by humanistic stream divine
as rocking across universe and evolution
man and matter resound in own volition eclectic
through ages and eons above as redounding
Being with you wasn't right,
But it did not stop me every night.
I just kept having all these mixed feelings
As I stared at the four walls and the ceiling.
alone in my darknees
i was alone...
alone i live in my darkness..
The moment was too intimate to keep.
We had to make a compromise with dusk
To keep the blue from entering our bones.
The shadow of old feelings held us fast.
The Feelings of the Heart should be clean and pure, we must strive to make the feelings endure;
God knows the feelings that we have, always seek the feelings that Jesus has.
Feelings to loved ones is true and high one;
One quite unique is feeling of love in humans;
Humans live by feelings of love in life ever;
Ever love feelings keep all better in health!
Feelings are more powerful than inciting words
Feelings are deadlier than the bloody swords
Feelings know no ceilings, no boundaries
Just like the eagles roaming the prairies
These feelings i nurse, i can't explain,
They say men don't cry but am in pain,
Tears trying to drop from my eyes, i can't hold it again,
Pouring out my heart isn't like me, am i insane?
But these feelings feel like spring
The old man mutters to himself
On a flagstone in a burned-out field
That is what one particular man and his fate muttered
Hold on to it and you will feel bad
Let it go and you will never be sad
I feel the kid in me was once dead
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