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21,507 notes (via beautifulirishrose & simply-quotes)
When dusk turns to dark. I hope you’ll be there
While my skin may not bleed dark when the sun burns
Nor my heart sing poetry when the right notes hit
You gaze over mountains
and down onto my valley.
And while kinship does come first
and family conquers all
Your will stomps above all,
freeing the air in my lungs
long lost to my mother.
If I was to die tomorrow
I would only hope for you to be there
To be the final gaze, the last blur into black
For you have forever brought color to my life
And I need some paint in heaven
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