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There's a Hole in my Heart
by Robin A Spicer
Friday, July 15, 2005
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Confusion?

There’s a Hole in my Heart

 

There’s a hole in my heart

Where you used to live.

There’s a place in my heart,

That you filled with love.

 

There’s a place in my soul.

That you warmed with your smile

I was wounded and you made me whole.

The wound has returned, after awhile.

 

There’s a place in my mind,

Filled with laughter and joy.

But memories fade when love is unkind.

When slowly but surely love is destroyed.

 

Each human being has one special need.

For words that are spoken, not what we do

The words that we know will plant a small seed

Articulate sounds that say, “I love You.”

 

Would that you’d fill that hole in my heart

Once again in your hand my soul you’d be keeping.

Drive away fears that one-day we’ll part.

Your lips once more caress me with feeling.


 


Now you've abandonded us, our child and I
At night in the stillnes, I hear our Daughter weep
Innocence shattered, she doesn't know why.
 She slowly cries herself to sleep.


 Alas I do fear it is all fantasy.
I feel that I’ll weep ‘till the end of my days.
I hide in the dark so no one will see.
The tears in my eyes would drive them away.

 

 

 

R.A.Spicer © 16th July 2005
 
 

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Reviewed by lili dauphin
It's a very beautiful piece Robin. Many of us can relate. I hope the hole in your heart will soon be filled with love and happiness because you deserve it.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

This composition leads to discover many emotions in
relationship... "There's a Hole in my Heart" sings
the separation as the loss of a ring in the
chain of togetherness.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi
Ooh another sad write! Very well expressed ...
"...There’s a hole in my heart
Where you used to live.
There’s a place in my heart,
That you filled with love."

It will take time to heal the wounds, but one has to move on eventually. Unfortunately such is life. Hopefully one will love again and not give up entirely on it.

God bless, Robin!

Sandie.

Reviewed by Mr. Ed
A truly sad piece, Robin - and holes in the heart are truly dreadful things.
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