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About Kameron by Taylor

I stood in the room staring at that hard wooden floor. Thought of him and then closed the door. I looked back up and everything was black. Suddenly I knew the pain was back. But he loved me. I knew that much. Black and gray rags were scattered everywhere, And all I could do was stare. But he loved me . I knew that much. I sat on his bed and noticed that the tears started to shed. Then I saw a very dark closet. I heard our song and wanted to pause it. I felt my heart slowing with the rhythm. But he loved me. I knew that much. Light began to shine through the enormous window. I looked over, And there...was a shadow. The giant black drapes turned blue. I thought to myself:"This can't be true." Because I knew he loved me. The roses came back to life. And the bed turned white. The rags turned into his clothing. The music slowed and I didn't know what I was being shown. But I loved him. A light came from the closet. A light that was brighter than any of the stars in the sky. I saw a figure,and again,I started to cry. I saw his face,saw his smile, And knew that this was our special place. And he said I love you. Those three words meant the world to me and him . And I said, ...I love you a whole lot more.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2011




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Date: 6/21/2011 12:04:00 PM
Magnificent writing. You told a story that was very true. I have experienced something similar to this. Heartfelt and loving words...YOU GO BABY!!! THANK YOU FOR COMMENTING ON "Women Of Extinction". LOVE YOU!!!
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