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Jan 15
It was the day of commencement.
Feel through the people's excitement.
Another chapter would be ended,
To our journey that's been amended.

It could have happened once,
But it is our lives' significance.
As we find our own balance,
We started to move in advance.

When the ceremony is over,
Celebration would be at supper.
But the blues came over,
And happiness had been covered.

Never feel the great day,
No adorned gifts to display,
No fun to make us stay,
Just a sky full of gray.

Too much things to depress,
Always been such a mess.
Heartache through my chest,
I just have nothing to express.
September 28, 2019
Written by
Ezar Co
   Sue Huff, Tizzop and Bridjitta
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