The Natures Of Pain

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Version 2 of "With your last words", made to be less of a "found lyric" poem that version 1 was.

Chapter 28 (v.2) - Your last words

Submitted: October 22, 2018

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My voice, torn to pieces, danced upon the wind

My eyes overflowing, my lips cold and wet

I feel a sad presentiment, I want to weep

Your last words, a kiss me good-bye

 

When it all disappears, just like this, tears are left to dry

Held by the moon, stopping time, would it be fine

Our curtain now closed, make it all disappear

Your last words, a kiss me good-bye

 

I want to gaze at you, you to look at me

Be here always, with me always, just as before

Until the candles go out, until we break, until we crumble,

Your last words, a kiss me good-bye

 

My overflowing eyes, my cold, wet lips

Be here always, with me always, stopping time

Held by the moon, just like this, it would all be fine

 

I feel a sad presentiment and it all disappears

Until the candles go out, we break, we crumble,

Just closed our curtain now, I want to weep

 

My voice, torn to pieces, dances in the wind

I want to gaze at you, you to look at me

If it all disappeared, just like this, tears dry up

With your last words, a kiss me good-bye


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