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Jan 25
I held your hand and shared in your fears; Sat long in the night, now Iā€™m jaded by years.
We two are but drifters, two ships passing by; engulfed in our tragic Shakespearean plight.
At one time it was laughter, that roared through these walls; now suppressed sounds of mobiles echo some ****** tone.
I lie down beside you, wishing daylight was here; alone in my grief, for the one I hold dear.
Salt stains the pillows, as tears leak from my cheek, and I feel like wailing: though I make not a sound.
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