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September Moon: My thoughts one September night a few years back.
Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Sep 22, 2008. 1917 views. ID = 1791

September Moon

Posted by Sylvan Sylph, Sep 22, 2008. 1917 views. ID = 1791
This post was written in 37 minutes.
This is actually the lyrics to a song, that I doubt anyone will ever hear. :)
This post has been awarded 28 stars by 6 readers.
This post is Part 4 of a writing series titled Losing You, Missing You.

September moon lies overhead.
I’m staring at the sky,
Wondering
Where all our time went.
I don’t know how it happened,
But we have drifted on the paths that we followed.
I can feel you ripped away again.

Winter is dark and lonely.
It’s hard for me to see
Summer will come again.
I sit in the cold,
Waiting
For you to come home,
And bring this pain to an end.
But I can feel you ripped away again.

June comes at last;
School ends.
I’m fighting the past,
With nothing to defend,
Wishing
I could see your face again,
And that these tears would finally end.
But I don’t think that will happen,
'Cause I can feel you ripped away again.

I still hear the words my father said,
“He won’t be coming home again.”
They echo in my head,
Over and over;
I don’t think they will ever end.
I always feel you ripped away again.

As I stand by your grave,
Everything’s alive,
But you’re so far away.
Every moment of the day I can feel you;
I can feel you ripped away again.

September moon lies overhead.
I’m staring at the sky,
Wondering
Where all our time went.
Early autumn breeze is chasing
The dead brittle leaves
That are falling.
And as I stand here,
Waiting
I can hear myself calling,
Calling you;
But I can feel you ripped away again.

I stand here screaming.
My tears have dried,
But inside
I’m still bleeding.

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This post has been awarded 28 stars by 6 readers.
This post is Part 4 of a writing series titled Losing You, Missing You.




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