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Not losing you again

It all started off like it with you asking me for a cigaret, 
Of course being the weaker man that I am I asked for something in exchange for it. 
Than your lips fell upon my cheek as a payment of gratitude, 
And it all started from that moment in life that I felt my life was finely brewed. 

We talked and talked into the everlasting nights, 
Telling eachother stories, dreams ambitions, and learned that we have the same insights. 
We smiled at eachother with love and happiness, 
I thought that, for ever I would never feel the emptiness. 

A little more time passed and I popped the question for an everlasting promise, 
Your eyes filled with tears of joy and your lips formed a smile of kindness. 
Your answer made me the happiest person to ever walk this earth, 
Now I no that i was destined to be with you ever since my mother gave me birth. 

But now an evil comes, an evil that posses a poison of torture and pain, 
This evil's name is "Distence" the one that destroys every piece of loves grain. 
Let God be our hope and our shield, for with him we can only concure the world, 
Let's not give up but let's learn from this monster that the devil has hurreled. 

But this upcoming goodbye will be the hardest, 
So please let's not make this hard and make it an "I'll see you soon" cause I won't be able to take this heart ache. 
Kiss me like its the last time, 
And hug me like there is no sunshine. 

For you will always be in my heart, mind, and soul, 
For it is not my heart you took, but my soul that you stole.

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