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Rosalyn R Smith

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This Day Came Too Soon
by Rosalyn R Smith

Wednesday, October 16, 2002

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On a Sunday morning with the sun shining, heart full and in the light, there came pain standing next to me.


Fallen words of how yesterday was and how today came about made me flinch with dispair hoping that these words would leave my heart so your heart would not be broken.


If I had to guess for one more moment that I would not feel this then my hopes are broken and so much like my heart, your heart I know I have broken.


Can't change what happened, but today came around and I did not find you there because yesterday was so constant that it made today impossible for us to be.


I'm turning this corner and I'm turning it alone.  Never though I would turn it without you, but, today I did just that.


So how do I tell my heart not to be selfish when it's you that I'm looking out for?


How do I tell my heart to let you go when it's me that loved you from afar?


How do I say goodbye when it was only yesterday you told me you loved me?


How do I tell my heart to not ache when it's really your heart that aches?


How do I turn this corner knowing that I'll be turning it all alone?

Copyright 2001 by Rosalyn R. Walker

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Reviewed by Birdie Houston 2/15/2003
I enjoyed This Day Came Too Soon it stirred a few emotions
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