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Sun Rising again and again...

... There is no way fighting the inevitable ...
... There is no love that does not want to be ...
... There is no faith in what was unless it still is ...
... There is no shame in what's not to be ...

... There are no wrongs or rights ...
... There is no friendship in being tied ...
... There is no need for slang between us ...
... If what once was has now been lost ...

I'll say it now again and no more:
Doubts have no place in my life or in my world.
I know and when I don't then it's all fair
To say that it once was what it ain't no more...

So listen to your heart and listen well
For it foretold as off the start with its own bell
Ringing the songs we have sang for some time
Wishing the reality of it would hopefully never catch on.

Because we know it would sing of what we lost
When all I feel now is gratitude for your love.
For it would sing of what was tossed away
As if we were never together here to stay.

But we both know that what we had was, in its own, eternal.
Who cares about how it would to others appear...
For the other is I loving what we have, just the same
As if the sun was rising an other morning again and again...

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Submitted on July 02, 2012

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