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Iím Already Gone

Iíve already gone, all that remains is a memory

A picture of what we used to be

The perfect couple walking down the street, arm in arm

You caressing my back and keeping me safe from harm

I see your face clearly in my dream

A little vague now, or so it may seem

I reach out to caress your soft cheek

But again its dead air that I reach

How I wish that I could have stayed

What difference really would that ever have made

Things would never be the same for you and me

You made that obvious yet spoke so free

Iím gone now, no more shall I cry

Darling my final word is goodbye



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The following comments are for "I'm Already Gone"
by DyanEve

Welcome Dyan
I especially enjoyed this peice and "actions speak louder than words". " dead air that I reach" is a perfect description of that kind of situation. I look forward to reading more of your work,
Sean Micheals

( Posted by: SeanMicheals [Member] On: May 7, 2005 )

Hi Dyan!!! :) SO good to see you..
I had read this when it first came on, but I couldn't stop to read it properly to enjoy it with these kids running around.

I especially liked this, the heartwrenching story behind what you have written. Nicely done Dyan.

Hope all is well!!!

Darlene ;)

( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: May 7, 2005 )





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