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Untitled (by cathy lally)

My name is what my is
who, my name is cathy lally

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To: Grandma RIP

From the memories we share
to you death filled with despair
I'll keep you in mind and
always on the grind, so
you'll never die while I'm
alive

Copyright © Rachel Robinson | Year Posted 2009

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Blank Mind

I sat there waiting
Waiting for you to show
Time kept passing
My heart at new low

Blank mind

I grabbed my purse
Got in my car
This night was a curse
I left the hookah bar

Perfect break up night
Sad music and snow
Replaying huigs so tight
It all feels like a screen show

Blank mind

It's the next morning 
Nothing makes sense
My heart is mourning
Situation has become tense

Blank mind

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Someone there

With everything going wrong
I know I have someone to turn to
and who'll always make it right

When my nights are cold and lonely
I think of you
I know you'll keep me company

When the sun doesn't shine on my days
your right there
to brighten my heart

While time keeps passing
your right by my side
making each moment worth wild

With everything going wrong
I know I have someone to turn to
and who'll always make it right

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To: Rev. Boyd

God sends blessings in many different form
Some pass you by and go unnoticed
Others stay around for as along as you remember
God sent you to me 
And made someone I'll always remember

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6/30/06

As I sit on the kitchen counter, I 
eat my cereal. Savoring every crunch
I watch the phone and wait for it to ring
waiting for someone to call, even a perfect
stranger. Even a perfect stranger. Trust someone
to talk to. Someone to share what's going wrong. My
heart beats with pain. The blood runs cold but hot with 
anger. I wish to scream at the top of my lungs and release 
the agony, But must stay quite as a mouse. I keep to myself.
My hopes that are false and my dreams that will never come true.
I'm lost in my own mind and train of thoughts filled with worries that
can never be told and cries that can never be heard. Smiles are shown
but never true. Every promise is made is another broken wish. Every word
you say is nothing but stalling pain. Sadness is the most feeling felt. It wears
like a sweater on a hot summer day. You just want to rip it off and throw it on 
the ground. I must question everything more now than ever. I sit in a white chair
in a white room. I love this room. It reminds me of purity, a free soul. Anything you
dream can come true. If you dream hard enough and wish upon the right star. I walk
around the rest of this seven room house and I am reminded back to reality of cries and
lies, the tears and the fears. Back into a world of having to win. When smiles are rare to see
and I love yous are no longer from the heart. Gazing out the window, I have come to known 
that this world is made up of men who want sex and money, women that dance in videos to 
make a dime. Young boys hustling and ladies walking the corners. Church crowds have gotten 
smaller and cults have grown. I look back in the mirror reflect. Recently I've made bad 
decisions that just aren't me. I remise about the past and realize that it's time to let 
go. That it's my path and I'm on my own. A struggle it will be, but a blade where
I can not depend. Sorry to my sharp little friend but I hope we never have to
meet again

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I Wish

I wish I could take back the words that sliced through you like a dagger's blade. I wish I could 
take back the mean slashes of verbal whips that have cut across you heart. I wish I could take 
back the bruises of the negative punches that have made you fall. I wish I was able to pick you 
up, dusk you off and forget it all ever happened. But I can't and I hope you forgive me for not 
being perfect

Copyright © Rachel Robinson | Year Posted 2010

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Looking Back (to: aunt joyce)

I look back on today and
remember the smile It gave
Such joy passes through my mind.
White roses to fill my smell
A dress that makes me fill with 
confidence for the sight
A lunch so marvoulous a 
king can't compare for my taste
Your words of wisdom for my hearing
And all of this equals to 
the touch of my heart
I look back on the day and 
remember the smile it gave

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The way life is suppose to be?

Is this the way my
life is suppose to be

I am I suppose to sit and
reminise on him

why when I remember 
him all I can do is smile

when I see him, my lips 
want to go to his

Why after months am still
willing to say he's mine

when people ask who's your boy
I want to mention his name 

Is this the way my life 
is suppose to be 

Why when something goes 
good someone has to put bad

why when i do something 
right they find away to make it 
wrong

am I suppose to feel alone
and unwanted

am I suppose to sit on the 
sidelines and smile

Is this the way life is suppose 
to be

When when somethings wrong
I think it's something with me

When they dont talk to me
why do I smile and walk away

How come I can't have
a best friend who I 
spend everyday wit
one who listen and things
to do

Is this the way my life is
suppose to be

Why can't I have control 
of my life

why does my dad hang over my hear 
that I'm not his

why when my grades are great
something comes along to make 
them slip

Why do I have to cover a weak
personality with a hard image

why when I've found Jesus 
I Can't pray

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june 5 2006

The ground is turning 
and I'm still yearning 
and I all I want is you
and I hope you want me too
I'm still wishing 
soon maybe I'll be done fishing 
Cause you'll be
that right fish in the sea

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