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Where do we go from here
It was thirty minutes into the New Year,
Who knew at that moment losing you would soon be something I’d fear.
I stood by you with no intention of making you fall
But you did, harder and harder after every call.
I don’t know what I did, I believe I did nothing
But obviously I did, for we turned into something.
Day after day you would continue to amaze me,
You were always there, and said you always will be.
With you I felt like I was living in a dream, I never wanted to wake,
Because what you made me feel was something that I could not fake.
But you did wake me up, heart break I’ll call it simply.
I know you didn’t mean to, but it really did kill me.
I don’t regret meeting you, or anything we had,
It was worth all the pain, and every ounce of being sad.
You made me feel something I have never felt before,
It was incredible and always left me wanting more.
You were my light; you brightened up each day,
The sound of your voice could take any stress away.
You were the one whom I invested my tears,
You always knew what to say, you could calm my fears.
I still hope you can be that person, the one to save me
We’re growing apart, and I’m afraid you can’t be.
But I believed you when you said you would always be a part of my life,
I still haven’t forgotten that, I hope you are, even when you have a wife.
I miss you, and still love you to this day,
And deep down, I really wish it didn’t have to be this way.