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The last few days have been brutal and we
yearn for an awakening

Is this how it's supposed to be?

Broken has taken on a deeper meaning
and remorse has had a field day
with us, tired is my existence

Somehow I need to find what was lost
in translation for life is too short
to go without

Soul searching yields no results except
a body count that's gone without one

Feeling cold, we cup our hands to blow into
them the last of warmth to be had

Slow death and the viewing for sentiment
seems to be inevitable, I do not want
to pay my respects, not now, not ever

Somehow this will get fixed and love will
flourish out of it

Maybe not today, but rushing was probable
cause as to how we got here

Somehow, a word that comes to mind brings
temporary comfort

The healing process begins and with faith
feeling Gods hand woke us again this morning

and somehow tonight, hurt begins to fade

Somehow this will work for good

Somehow this will work for the better

Be it alone or with one another

The latter being my preference,

The present, my company

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