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 Time will come with change in hand
Before eyes met and words exchanged
Before love came to be estranged
There was but one and no other
There was but one with kisses smothered

Jealousy confused a heart as eyes would close
To life anew and too proposed
Its toll became your new found home
A place of refuge again alone

There is but fault by hands attached
To clumsy heart, locket unlatched
That failed to grasp more than just you
So many things still held to true

Time does come with change in hand
A better place in great demand
With many things and too facets
As time does tick, in time will have it

Broken things will once again
Rise above with healing mend
Pieces of dreams you hold to still
The empty niche you need fulfilled

Hold no remorse, breathe deep and see
Time will bring your destiny
Full circle with change in hand

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What one wished for, a love sincere
Rings with vows exchanged quite clear



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