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 Blood  Stained  Tears
You  stole  away, in  deadly  silence, as  anguished
 Words  spilled  from  my  lips, bleeding  out  emotionally
Now  marked, left  for  dead


You'll  come  back, we'll  talk  it  over, love  demands  
A  way  be  made, my  wounds  bound  in  understanding the
Bleeding  stanched, love  overcomes  this  tidal  wave


The  calender  turns, it's  pain  soaked  pages, the  wounds  
Were  left  undressed, was  it  pride  that  held  you  back, or
Had  I  Inflicted  wounds  so  deep, they  could  never  heal


Feigned  politeness, strained  affection, when  we're  on
Display, I  wonder  would  it  be  different, if  you'd  come
Back  that  day, a  trail  of  bloody  tears, as  I  slip  away.




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