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The Train

The Train
By kennethcook on 05/03/2012
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In the still, lonely darkness of the deep night, he heard it:
The haunting whistle of the distant train.
His heart melted in his chest, and his throat clamped tight.
For he knew just what that lonesome song symbolized.
She was gone from his life forever now.
Never again would he look into the eyes he lived for.
Never again to hear the voice that gave him a reason to exist.
Never again to touch the face that sustained his spirit.
Never again to kiss the lips that set his soul on fire.
In the still, lonely darkness of the deep night, he heard it.
And he knew, his life was over, as his only love departed,
farther and farther away, down the cold steel tracks,
and out of his arms forever; but never out of his wounded heart.

By kennethcook On 5/3/2012 2:38:16 PM

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