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Navarre

I'd never seen the emerald waters That pushed and pulled white sands; A sun that went to sleep so pretty Sinking deep into the quiet sea, He sunk his net in search for treasure I searched the missing part of me I searched her laugh inside the winds I searched your smile in the tides; I looked inside my soul And found a vacancy, Have you ever missed The missing part that's me Had you not left me in a hurry Leaving memories soft and blurry Could I have changed your mind Could I have calmed a raging tide If I could return a time before, And be a little less me Could you love me a little more I'd never seen the ocean's vast and endless Reflecting the essence of my love A moon that hangs above her sleeping sun Forgotten by the morning rolls around Once said that you could fix what's broken But my broken parts were never found Had I not uttered words that turned the tide Had I not shattered things that buried us Had I not let the raging sea pull me underneath Would the sands of time return me home Could I break the surface and float on Or is the missing part still gone

Copyright © Dana Smith | Year Posted 2022

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