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Silent Tears


In the silence and the still parts of my life I hear her sobs In the chaos and hustle of my day I feel her pain I know her sense of loss and abandonment I weep for her The her

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Descending Again


Falling forward eyes tightly closed dying a little each day but no longer caring Curled tightly hiding in the dark very few tears left Craving release fearing there is no end Freedom stolen – Chas Harold

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Jörð


I remember the first time you touched me you wrapped yourself around me, loved me and held me like no one ever had I played in your grass crying in your rain feeling all of you as you washed through

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Late Night Showers


Raining down and rushing by a late night shower so I can cry I wait till they are deep in sleep the shower floor is where I’ll weep The water masks my sounds of pain taking my tears down the

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Creative Differences


Once touching meant we could not sleep our bodies moved with pleasures deep We’d touch and tease, talk and sing from these hours our love did spring But we fell asleep and woke apart empty galleries there was no more

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Just Words


tired so very tired smiles to hide the broken parts of me fears that won’t set me free tears enough to drown my soul screams silenced by the masks I wear captive to all my unbroken promises forever knowing I’m

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Free, but?


If you love something, let it go. If it returns, it’s yours; if it doesn’t, it wasn’t. If you love someone, set them free. If they come back they’re yours; if they don’t they never were. But if I don’t

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