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The Lady With Silver Hair
You believe I’ll have better days.
You struggled so much to hold your breath
just to survive and keen to stay by my side.
My lady, I cherish you. I adore you truly.
I kissed you. I missed you. I hugged you tight.
And I begged you. Please. Please breath. Don't leave.
Since you died, tanks of tears I cried.
I slept with your unburied body one night.
I held your hands and embraced you tight.
My tear’s like a river. I didn't know how to control.
Flowing down gradually,
as I missed you truly deeply and sadly.
My lady, I can see you always.
Many like you here in Wales.
Hiking. They’re like you and me,
holding. I saw their sweet big smile
that makes me wail.
As the intense love you gave,
You stopped breathing not in my side,
I can’t forgive.
But please lady remember this,
Wherever I go. Whatever I do.
You, the lady with silver hair,
will live and stay in my heart forever.
Copyright @2012 Lanzskie. All rights reserved
The Author's Other Hubs
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