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Pain

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The pain I'm in
The pain of loosing you
Will it ever go away?
I think not
So much pain
I feel for you

The hurt I feel
The hurt of you being gone
Will it ever go away?
I think not
So much hurt
I feel for you

The hole that I feel
The hole in my heart
Will it ever heal?
I think not
The hole so big
That used to be whole

The emptiness
That your death brought
Will it ever be easier
To face?
I think not
The emptiness
That used to be full

The life cut short
The mother that can
Never be replaced
The life that
Can never live again
Will the pain ever stop?

If you don't like something,
Change it...
If you can't change it,
Change the way you think about it

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