In matters of the heart, I have a
weakness that is clear. I can't imagine loneliness,
as long as you are near.
But when I can't be with you, and
I'm feeling all alone. The sense of isolation is the
greatest I have known.
While we are close together, I'm
blissfully aware. That I am truely happy, merely
knowing you are there.
But when we are apart, the very
opposite is true. I am totally distracted, merely
knowing there is you.
R.P. Benoit 3-98