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Take my hand

I need to tell you how strong is my fear,
That one day you will disappear.
Whatever I'd say to make you stay,
May burn away the coldest day.

Whatever I'd do to bring you back,
Wouldn't work as you're in your own track.
Whatever I could make you feel before,
Won't be living inside your heart no more.

No matter what is ahead of me in this life's ride,
I want to be the first one to reach the other side.
I'm afraid of going through it alone,
I don't like being on my own.

Since I met you my heart feels whole,
You are the lost pieces of my soul.
Together we will reach the end,
Believe in me and take my hand.
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Submitted on August 21, 2014

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"life isn't measured by the numbers of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away". With my poetry, I want to make more of those breathtaking moments, to put everything I feel into words and let everyone else enjoy it as well as learning from it.English is not my first language, therefore I'd like to hear any grammar or spelling mistakes. Thank you all for understanding, and enjoy reading. :) more…

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