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Randy McClave

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Saying Goodbye


The truth in why I had to say goodbye
I couldn’t stay and let you watch me die
I am so very sick and I still want to live
Only feeling I have left, is for you to please forgive
You arrived in my life after so many years
All is left now, is for me to wipe away my tears
Now I dream of us forever in our life
I saw of us in the future as man and wife
But my pain and suffering I must accept it alone
My feelings and my love I must postpone
Because of you, I can’t wait until tomorrow
But sadly I know now, it will be filled with sorrow.

Randy L. McClave

Submitted: Sunday, October 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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