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By marie87 on 06/24/2009
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looking from side 2 side to see were u stand but i dont see anyone im just alone on this land full of sand I may seem lost to the naked eye and to you but thats not true im thinking what would life be like with no love it would be like a cold hand with no glove thats the way it would feel with no love i know its just somthing u feel but its so real once you have it thats great cuz its hard to get i may be liein just a lil bout being lost my heart is as cold as the winter frost the warmth you gave me melted the frost jus to make tears of pain what did i gain not alot a memorie that will never be agian and somthing that can never be fixed what a great gain jus some pouring down pain ur in my mind and will always be a part of me but u will never get back in my heart it is now locked 2 the end i will not mend or bend skake or break i will only make things easy for you and i will be slap happy not sappy or crappy make u feel like u won the game u played so well 2 make my world a livein hell it was all over real fast now its in the past i would kill to wake up and see that when i look side to side ur rite next to me but as things happen the way they are ment to be that person will never be me.

© By marie87 On 6/24/2009 4:18:14 AM
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