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By Rawdha on 04/29/2007
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Erasing the lines between right and wrong,
Stomping on the innocent laughter I once had
I call on you and I pray you listen with all of your heart,
Waiting for translation
Only your spirit lingers here, strong with power
Until you disappear when I open my eyes

How long must I wait for you?
How long must my heart ache?
For how long will you stab me with your absence?
I call for you, I call for you, I call, I call with all I have
But you just won't linger with me anymore

If I could undig your grave that I dug for you
Pull you out and have you fully alive
Laughing and smiling and acting just as we once were
Free and careless but so full with love
But you won't linger will you my dear?
Not even if I close my eyes

I don't have to die for you but I surely must die for my own sake
My soul is captured in the ocean of my errors,
You're in there somewhere and I promise I'll rescue you one day
When I find you under the grave that I dug for my own sake

If I could save you, I would be saved too
I call, oh I call out to you, but you don't hear me 'tall
If I had to murder your sweet soul, I'd have to murder mine too

© By Rawdha On 4/29/2007 6:34:11 PM
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