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So blue but tinted with something i cant explian,
A loss, a sorrow, a happiness, a pain,
A childs face holding a confusion all its own,
Her tears hurt me more than i let myself show,
"Goodbye babe i love you, think of me sometimes",
Still i look away from her tender crying eyes,
Her cheeks still as warm as theyve always been,
But stained by the loss of the world shes always lived in,
Holding her made me realize,
She'll really be gone tommorow,
" I wish you all the best, and apologize for my sorrow",
Even if i never see her,
And she forgets me over time,
I'll always love and know her,
By her childlike crying eyes.

[This message has been edited by amber (edited 01-05-2000).]
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