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Cheshire Grin
The climate now is changing. Summer seems to turned to fall. Winds that blew hot with passion No longer seem to blow at all There is frost upon the pumkin. And it's only mid July. Think what we thought was love Were the wrong words to apply. Seems when we made love, In the day or even night. Feelings stirred inside us both There's was something just not right. Maybe just be friends now Is what we're supposed do. Saying that it is easy But in practice it's untrue. Maybe in few months, Or maybe even more. Once we've gone our seperate ways We can try to open up that door. Can't say we don't care Or that we didn't try. Just that something happened Our love it slowly died. May have been the distance Or maybe things we didn't say. Just no longer had the magic It just faded right away. Both tried to cling To something the past. Not one, but both of us Knew It wouldn't last. Now a Cresent moon is rising Slightly hidden by a tree. See it rather different now It's not like it used to be. When the sun rises in morning A new day be ushered in. Though I'll be without you I'll still have this Cheshire grin
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