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Tonight, a Heavy Heart Have I.

Heavy on my shoulders lie
the weight of loneliness tonight.
No matter what I do, I can’t seem
to make the transformation from
darkness to light.

There’s a part of me missing, I’m numb,
your memory haunts my reverie tonight.
 All I can think about is our lifetime of love,
devotion and emotional delight.

Our days and nights of  surf  and
sand long ago on the beaches of
your homeland.

Since that snow white angel took you
by the hand, my life is meaningless,
cold and bland.

Tonight, a heavy heart have I.
But I shall love you my Darling
until the day I die.

Jackie R. Kays

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