Lost in Sorrow A Sad Christmas
Winter takes in its arms weeping stars as dawn draws in.
The sky turned from black to a steel gray;
snow rest upon the roof tops and yards revealing the ingrain coverlet beauty.
I walk the halls naked in the depth of despair and death;
deep darkness devours until hollow.
My mind spins to inner depth, lost in sorrow.
I pine and die inside.
Looking for comfort, but you're not around.
With winter outside
my heart weeps like a child.
Where have you gone?
Demented baneful hurt,
come out of your tomb
be gone for all eternity.
Once your hands touched my face
and with your eyes you said I do,
that Christmas day.
Now just a fading memory.
Your light grows dim and I've inherited the pain.
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