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The Aftermath



The Aftermath

 They say death is just a part of life
 And when we die we move on to a better place
 And as comforting as that is meant to be
 In no way does it heal the heartache
Looking at the spot where you used to sit
 Causes me so much pain
 Just knowing that spot will forever be empty
 God only knows if I will breathe right again

As I walk through these empty halls
 Your laughter follows me there
 When I turn to see what has made you laugh
 Im met instead with emptiness and despair
The Bible says I will see you again
 But until that day comes around
 I hold onto my sanity by the thinnest of threads
 Oh this grief is all consuming and profound!
I am not living but existing
 Wanting you so much to come back
 I can barely stand the thought of living without you
 Oh my God oh my God I just can't!

 I heard time will heal all wounds
 I am dying inside to know if its true
 But until I am sure it's one day at a time
 Until I get over the pain that is you
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