Insert Baby's Name HereThe pitter patter of tiny feetsoon to beA new heart to beatA soft little creatureIt's been yearsSince I've held anyone that smallAnd as the time nearsOh my goodnessThe pitter patter of tiny feetsoon to beA new heart to beatA soft little creatureI will be holding her deep through the nighther little life to keepsafe within the lightThe pitter patter of tiny feetsoon to beA new heart to beatA soft little creatureLittle sisterMaking memoriesRestoring RemediesSuch possibilities!
Him.He was left behindSo now he is a forceA fortress in his mindNo matter which courseStopping at nothingHe is something you could never measureBecause he is everythingHe feels no pressureHe left the world He was talked into itHis fist curledhere he is torn to bits
Everlasting FriendshipI am so caught in your headlightsA stumbling deer who's mother warned her The blinding light, so fragile, brightI'm stuck, feet lost in a sea of fight.You are a brick, solidI'm so unpredictable.My voice is a summery becauseMy name has lost it's meaningI am your friend, best.You never learned to lead,I was ever so blessedYou never questioned me.Hopefully the world never finds usCause all I remember is that moment And I still breath the cold air I fear that you have forgottenThe way that you saw me.We've lived through it all. Cause we're too proud To ever fallCause love held us through itWe've been lost and huntedWe've lost and hunted But You're still next to me.And all I ever did was write poetry?
Forgive me? Not. (Pt. 2)Dear Pavement,I'm upset with your idea to stay with our old pack. Marrah seems unknowing of the evil that is creeping around it. I don't know where you are. If this whole world goes up in arms, all I can do is standand I won't fight for anyone, until you come back home. Tell me that your love will never change, and if tomorrow is a horrible ending to my life, recall my love. It's been one day, seven hours, and forty-seven minutes since you left. It is dark now. I miss you. We need more on our side, for I fear that it will be soon that Lickity finds me and the monkey. Within a few hours my ink will run dry and I will have to find more. Tonight in sleep I hope to meet you in the meadow, perhaps there we can talk a little bit more. The monkey grows sad, he is hungry but the few snow coins I had I was forced to spend on cloth
Forgive me? Not.Pavement lay on the top of mountain that supported her cave, looking over. Around thirty minutes ago Shadow came home from his hunt and saw her, deciding to meet her up there because of how strange she looked. Now, standing, he panted out a hello and attempted to nuzzle her, retrieving a cold shoulder as she kept staring down at Marrah. He sat next to her and waited for her to be ready to talk. Pavement smiled at how darling Shadow was for her when she never deserved that. "Shadow, I-" The words caught in her throat, "I... was visited." Shadow store down at the city with her, people the size of pebbles wondered around. He exhaled, "By him? I mean, I understand that you and him have that connection, but Pavement, you're a champion of this place, you can't leave me here for that, I'm not a soldier to this city's standers."She didn't tear her gaze, "The war is still raging on outside our home, even as we have been living easy. I just-" She
Towels tossed over the chairsTowels tossed over the chairsRight after a showerI've done it for yearsIt sits for at least an hourI've done it with such apathyI never even thought twiceBut my friend did not respond happilyWhen I showered that nightOh, how was I to know she had sat?truly it was her faultIt hit her with a SplatIt surely brought me to a haltShe scowled at methe fabric clenched in her handsHer cup had once held tea,In all honesty she misunderstands.Towels tossed over the chairRight after a showerTea in her hairNow she is being quite a bit sour....
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