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Love's Death
by Kahla Hartman
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  Buried in pine,
Her heart with mine.
I miss her kiss,
In all it's bliss.

Solace has left me,
Suicide if need be.
I'll never regret,
I'll never forget.

I will stop my crying,
But inside I am dying.
My love for you is always lasting,
And your memory is never passing.

This all feels so wrong,
But I know it won't be long.
You're the only one who understands my plight,
And now I can't sleep through the night.

love
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May 21, 2006
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