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It's easier this way

I only think of you
In the dark of the night
When I am all alone
It's easier this way

I know it's not right
Somehow it doesn't 
seem so wrong
In the quiet

When I touched
Your lips With mine
The hunger I felt
The magic was real

I won't call you
I don't want you know
It's easier to let go

I wanted more
Than one night with you
But I won't beg
My pride won't let me

You don't know 
the road I've been down
And I don't want you to

There's no room
In my crazy life
So I tell myself
It's easier this way

I should be ashamed
Begging you to touch
Me that way

My loneliness
My desperation caved in
Still my desperation remains
The magic was real

Something I never knew
Until that monent
my lips touched you

So I only think of you
In the dark of the night
When I'm all alone
It's easier this way

Copyright © Laura Ann | Year Posted 2017

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