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[written around the end of August 2004]

Yesterday I found myself lying at the bottom of your heart
There were no walls to climb, there was no ladder
If I ever seem to hear your words again
All there is left to do is just turn away

Opened the doors
Let you inside
The cold became warmth
The dark became light
Eased journey of friendship
Our words were our oar
Sailing at ease in your pure oceans
But not anymore

When the world was black and dreary
You were always the burning candle at midnight

When I gave you my heart
Was the sound you made of laughing?

Shattered, pained, indefinately broken
Why did you close the doors we both willingly opened?

We were destined forever
An unbreakable love
Same lines, same lies
The one who speaks of her love but to others denies
I hope the day will come you can tell me the truth
But for now it's moving into a life without you
Your illusions have faded
The truth shining bright
No more are the tears which stung in the night

Today you'll find yourself lying at the bottom of my heart
There will be no walls, there will be no ladder
And if you should ever wonder about what could be
Know that it will not matter


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