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The days without ends nights wishing for lovers to mend A wife holding her husband, she no longer knows children I will never have time for their forgiveness mending from a life filled only of grief and sadness which of these days will show me my end promising a day, that will take away endless regreats a lonely lifetime, built without even a breath of fun these nights we have nothing, but a bowl of hot dew tak a life to which you add a faulse laugh and a fake smile and the truth will hide on the sounds of our tears mothers and fathers end in divorce brothers and sisters, never to meet their next of kin the kind words from a passing stranger is all that keeps you earth bound waiting for your turn, to head beneth the ground oh, what a heavenly sound

Copyright © Denise Hopkins | Year Posted 2017


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