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Jan 2
I mourned you
As if you had died
Then I saw you today
With my own eyes

And it sparked joy in me
That you were alive
Remembering a time
When you were by my side

It wasn't easy for me
Seeing your ghost
The very soul
Who I'd loved the most

But there you were
Bag in your hand
Unkept beard on your face
Less of a boy more of a man

So consider these words
A lingering kiss goodbye
Because you've still left me
And I still don't know why
One Of The Tired Souls
Written by
One Of The Tired Souls  20/F/Colorado
(20/F/Colorado)   
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   Juneau and Larry Marshall
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