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Love plays many factors in our life. Yet every time we take a chance something comes along and messes things up. We really don't focus on the sad side, or give recognition to our tears. Without them we would not be able to move forward, or love again.
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Pain Of The Night
Watch as this tear falls into empty space
See it fall into life's nameless place
Can you see the sparkle as it catches the light
That sparkle once was happiness that is no longer in sight
As it falls watch it, its color has changed
From blue to bright red, it has a wide range
There it goes all alone, it continues to fall
With it, it takes the emotion, the emotion of all
Wait, can you hear it? A sob has broke free
Has shook the lungs cold, but yet it continues to be
Here it comes, a force has been built between the eye
A wall of shear water, it's now time to cry
A shudder, a scream, darkness envelops your soul
The darkness of the night has taken its toll
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