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Lilly Emery


A Love Line


A Love Line

How can I think of tomorrow when
We are so far apart?
When I'm on my own out here with
No one to hold this song is getting old,
I can't live without you don't you see
What you are doing to me?
I know that I can count on your love
In the stars up above,
That's what is holding our love,
And on the days I actually sleep my
Heart just brakes just knowing when
I get up my days are going to be gray,
your in all my dreams but that is getting
Heard on me each day, and each night
Without you by my side,
You keep my future bright when you tell
Me on the phone everything is going to
Be alright, even when I know within my
Heart all your words are only lies,
You make sure my heart stays beating as
Long as you are doing fine,
But you never think if I'm doing alright
Without you in my life,
if your standing between me and her some
Where in this life, a life I don't no about
You truly cannot hide if for to long,
Because my heart already knows,
Broken and confused is my young soul
But my heart is already old and cold,
When all I have is you on line,
And the women you hadn't told me about
Is holding you through my lonely nights,
My nights gotten better when I told you
Goodbye and no my love on the lines,
I can now start living a real life were true
Love can find me and that someone will
Take my gray days and bring me sun shine.

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Sunday, November 16, 2014
Edited: Monday, November 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: break up


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