For A Friend
Author: Julia R. West

Chapter 1
Don't complicate ♦

We don't have to complicate it

Life is short and there's no need to waste it

Wishing on bright shooting stars

Or riding trains and cable cars

Far away to the countryside

away from all the city lights

because I'm sick and tired

Of restless sleepless nights

I haven't found an hour of sleep

 since you've been gone

I've been to busy singing

Each and every song, you wrote

And scribbling your name

over and over on the window pane

In the lonely morning mist

And telling you I miss you

Hoping you can lend an ear

And hear what I have to say to you.


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