I have fought the feelings And emotions inside That fills and empties me, Like a fast rolling tide
There are moments of pain Of sorrow and hate Leaving me to ponder. Many hours of late
I love you honey. It's your presence I miss. And I terribly long For that one last kiss
But the greatest pain of all That hurts me so deep, Is after giving you my love I can't have yours to keep
To have you by my side Always longing for more, And have you feel the same, To mutually adore
You see my love; I have given you my heart And revealed the depths of my soul And now I am left feeling hopelessly empty, Paying this immeasurable toll.
It's selfish I know to feel this way But it's how I feel, each and every day
Always hoping and praying For the next time we meet For you to allow me, once again To feel complete
And rest assured I WILL see you again For it's not a question of if But a question of when.
And when that time comes I'll be in total bliss For no longer will I wait For that one last kiss.
- by Brad Higgins58
When I had you I was afraid to die Now that you're gone, death is my friend; he is by my side If he takes me today I will go with a smile Let others cope and heal for awhile Selfish? Why yes I am that for sure They are stronger than I, and this pain I can not endure So death take me today, next month or year Death I am ready, and you I do not fear.
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