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Of Losing You

Still haunts me to this day when I think about the time

When I was so afraid to lose you,

You were my poetry, my rhyme

But we’d just lose it all, who knew?
No one told me it was fleeting and I got caught up

Too afraid, so I didn’t move

I looked around and I stopped 

I was afraid of losing you but I lost you all the same

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Live Today

When you feel like giving up
Like the world is falling apart
Like the rain will drown you
And you’re afraid to go back to the start
Lift your head and see the sun
Behind the clouds, behind the rain
Each day is new and another day to start fresh
You’ve got a lot to lose but more to gain
Live each day and live in the present
The past us done and the tomorrow is yet to come
You can do it, I know you can
Do not be afraid and live…just live

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Thunder, Rain, and Lightning

Thunder roared and I became deaf
I got so scared I have no courage left
It mocked me and played my fears
I hid under the sheets, tried to pocket my fears.

Rain was knocking at my window
It was trying to comfort me, I know
Softly it whispered a song
Told me everything’s alright,
Nothing is wrong

Lightning flashed, it saw my fearful face
I trembled uncontrollably on my small space
It reached for me, not sure if it was being friendly
I closed my eyes and tried to sleep serenely

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For Love To Fade

at any given random moment

someone catches your eye

like glue your stuck and suddenly you can’t breathe

 

mouth wide open but no words fly out

afraid for it to end before

it even begins

 

stare away, all you can do

shy away and try another day

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The Haunted House

There is one house in Cheryville

That sits atop a tiny hill

It’s old, it creaked, it didn’t have color

A mansion it was, with a bad-smelling odor

It was built on the eighteen hundreds, they say

It used to be the most beautiful house during those days

Now it sits there rotting slowly

The used to be grand house is now lowly

However, it holds a secret that has been known

People who went inside it have been shown

Outside it looks ordinary

Inside they say it is very scary

A moan you’ll hear, a scream will shrill

Sending shivers down your spine, it’s not a thrill

Someone from somewhere will call your name

No matter how hard you try, you’ll never know where it came

You’ll be poked, pushed and scratched

You’ll be dragged, stabbed or worse when your catched

 Restless spirits haunt the house to this day

That’s why no person would want to stay

“Demolish it!”, others suggested

But no one dared, they were all too scared

“Do not enter”, the sign would warn

That one house on Cheryville

That sits atop a tiny hill