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Don't Wait

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{Don't Wait}

 

Don't wait until it's to late to tell someone how much you do love, miss them and how much you do care 

 

 

Because when they are gone no matter how loud you holler, yell, scream, shout and cry they won't be able to hear you anymore

 

Because it's to late because they are dead and gone 

 

 

 

 

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Tears In Her Eye's

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{Tears In Her Eye's} 

 

The tears in eye troubled sad eyes that flowed down her trouble worrisome cheeks as he laid beside her fast asleep as she slowly laid her head down on the wet pillows that was underneath her head without him even hearing her cry so as she cried and wepted for him because even though he laid beside of her she felt like she was alone in their bed and like what did I do ...

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Poem: Silent Tears

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To willingly lay down one's life
for the redemption of all others
is an immeasurable sacrifice.
More painful than His Suffering
were the silent tears
that stained the Savior's cheeks
in memoriam
of those who rejected Him.

 

 

Author Notes:

Learn more about me and my poetry at:
http://amzn.to/1ffo9YZ

By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2009, All rights reserved.

 

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