Nicole Papotto

Rookie (25th June 1989 / Melbourne)

Losing someone you Love


Sometimes life passes you by,
And the world changes to make you cry,
Sometimes you lose the people you love,
And hope they’re in a better place up above.

Your heart breaks and you feel really weak,
You start searching the questions and answers you seek.
Life would be easy if you knew what to do,
You could fix everything and stop feeling so blue.

When you feel lonely and remember back in the day,
When you saw everyone in each and every way.
You think to yourself if you saw them, what would you say,
To show them how much you care or to even to just say ”hey”.

You could search and seek but never find,
That thing you need to hide behind.
When that something’s missing and there’s a hole in your heart,
That feeling you have because you’ll always be apart.

To never see or to be able to say,
How much you love them each and every way,
You’d give anything to have just one more day,
And say “I love you” and you’ll be ok’.

Submitted: Friday, April 02, 2010

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