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Out Of The Rain



A rain drops ripple in the pool of lonely tears
Tiny ripples of loneliness disappear over the years
But broken hearted, the night will seem far too long
And the days seem all too dark, as you try to move on

Going through lifes motions, wanting to believe in someone
And hope someone can hear, your lonely swan song
But nobody listens as nobody cares
Leaving you lost, lonely and scared

What happens to the lonely at the end of the day?
When all of the strangers have gone away
Broken and alone, the lost can't find their way
So a tiny tear drop falls from the eye of the brave

Each step a journey, a step further from the past
Into a future that will take your heart out the trash
Rising from the ashes to be strong again
The lost and the lonely come out of the rain
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

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