What I Wanted To Say

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Love is undeniable. But it is best to let a person know before it is to late. Don't allow yourself to be swallowed up by your insecurities.

Submitted: March 14, 2014

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Submitted: March 14, 2014



Spring was steady approaching, blooming in over my sorrows

For winter has made me cold and bitter

To even think, what more is there to live for?

I have tried to hold the hand of him that is supposed to bring

me great joy, I have tried to speak to him but intead my heart froze, just a

second away from uttering the regretful words. The winds blew harder than ever,

and the rain carried all truths away. It was unlike any pain I ever felt. I stood silently, protecting

everything in sight, but it was to late, it spreaded faster than cancer, consuming

even that which was buried so deep inside of me. For once again I was without chance.

I gently pulled the covers back as the sun gleamed over my nakedness

I could hear the morning birds singing as if sadness was no more

For spring was here, and my tears were a vague memory. Everything insight became

whole again as if the winter never came. I visited once again your stoned heart. I could

feel the wind blow over my shoulders as this time I embraced it.

Though the regrettable words were not so painful as

before, but if only you could've said it back. For once

again still no chance.





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