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Silver HeartThe mirror just won't tell her,
No matter how many times she asks;
When will she be over him?
How long will this feeling last?
A stone falls from the silver heart
And leaves a black and gaping hole;
She's finally done falling apart,
Done with missing that asshole
But she isn't quite ready to move on,
Not quite cured of all her pain;
Still angered over what he's done,
She's still crying tears like rain
Another stone pulls loose and falls,
Another space beside the first;
Why did she love him, at all?
She laughs; things could be a whole lot worse
The pain is dulling as she persists
And things are fine, as she insists,
But she s
Life StoryBefore I'd lived long enough to speak,
What happiness there was, had leaked
Home had shattered before our eyes
And you saw it best to tell us lies?!
We've lost all hope in past few years
And all thought in what we could do
The one steady thing in life was tears
And I have long since forsaken faith in you;
We worked harder than we needed,
You're every screaming word was heeded,
But as always, you just saw yourself
And as result, we lived in hell;
You took what refuge I should have had,
Took that little good, and made it bad;
You made this place a hell for me
What should be home was a place to bleed;
And one day you'll find your
Those Were the DaysVera’s car was there, no others, and Bert gave thanks for that. He saw her pressed against the driver’s seat of her minivan, the one they used to share, and remembered the day at the dealership fondly. She was pregnant with their first child and the dealer had rambled about the safety of the babe, as if they didn’t already know this. Bert shook his head and stumbled towards the vehicle, immediately regretting dragging her from bed this late.
When he slid inside the red van, Vera said nothing. They sat there in the deserted parking lot and listened to the humming of the motor. Finally, she glanced at him sideways, frustratio
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