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I'm Dying to See You Again

I Would Do Anything For You

By Sara WynnPublished 11 months ago 1 min read
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I'm Dying to See You Again
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If I died, would you see me then?

Maybe then, you'd treat me like a human?

Do I have to die to see you again?

I'm dying to see you again.

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If I died, would you bring flowers my way?

and tell me things you wanted to say

when you couldn't?

Would you set aside your foolish pride

and finally admit all of your lies?

... You wouldn't.

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If I died, would you feel me then?

Would you close your eyes to kiss my skin

in memories lost, remembering when?

Regretting all the years we could have spent?

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If I died, would you listen then?

Could you hear my sighs out in the open?

Could you live with all these words unspoken?

If I died, would you hear my screaming then?

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The air here is growing thin

It's so close, I can taste it

Loving you was blood well spent

You're in my dreams, I'm turning in

I'm dying to see you again

I'm dying to see you again.

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When I die, will you sweep away the leaves

that gather around me, here, where I sleep?

Would you stay awhile because you miss me?

Press your ear to my grave to hear me breathe?

Would you finally come back here, for me?

-

If I died, would you see me then?

Maybe then, you'd treat me like a human?

Do I have to die to see you again?

I'm dying to see you again.

I'm dying to see you again.

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Sara Wynn

Poetry is my language, and Earth is my playground.

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