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It was a cold evening
The frost stung my lips
I waited, patiently
Right beneath our tree
 
But you never came
 
The sun sunk low
The clouds huddled closer
To retain some warmth
Perhaps against an impending storm
 
But you never came
 
I watched the pavement
I wished for the familiar sound
Of your footsteps on the gravel
I hoped all was well
 
Because you never came
 
I walked back alone
Yearning for you by my side
A hand to clasp
A reassuring grasp
 
But you never came
 
Some lonely nights
I sit by the fire
And wonder what became of you
Pondering if you think of me too

 

Questioning, why you never came

 

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Think not the snow

Clinging to my lashes

Melting away to go

Bothers me

What does is

The craving for

Untainted bliss

Like never before

A place to call

My very own

When all else falls

In vague uncertainity

A fire to warm me

In the freezing cold

When the trees I see

Are naked and bare

A ray of light

Piercing the darkness

With the promise in sight

That tomorrow may be a better day

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