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When we don't Speak

When We don't Speak

A deafening sound , echos down our homes halls
Its fervent impression , ricochets off the walls

What did I say , what did I do
While finding the silence , now infused within you

We've laughed and we've cried , we have been through so much
That I'm finding it hard , and I'm missing your touch

If there's anything now , that would make me rejoice
Is to look in your eyes , and to hear your sweet voice

Life seems so heavy , thoughts gather noise
They muster the essence , of sorrows and joys

Please find in your heart , to now forgive me
And loose me from sorrow , your love sets me free

TommyD 3/19/21
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Submitted by TommyD on March 19, 2021

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TommyD

Musician , Song Writer , Writer , Grandfather , Lover of Life , 2 time Cancer Survivor , Grammarically Gifted ( at least in my world ) Thanks for reading ... God Bless ! more…

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