Summer

Published by Liam Blunt on

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Summer

 

I’ve always known this moment would come

When our paths diverge, our trails split up

As we walk on roads that take us further apart

Yes, we will still watch the same night sky

But we will be guided by totally different stars

I’ll bring with me the words left unsaid

As I begin my journey while you head home

These thoughts, these messages, these feelings

May never see the light of day, ever

For they will be locked away for all eternity

Be that as it may, remember

You’ve been a part of my life’s plot

And you’ll always be in these pages

For you have touched me

Made me feel warm

Made me smile

And I wrote my praises to you

All my verses have a piece of your beautiful soul

Maybe you read them before

And probably you never noticed

That you were all there

In codes

Double meanings

Or with your name in plain sight, yet hidden

Yes, this may be the last one

The last time I’ll write about you

But I’m sure you’ll somehow still be present

In the words, I’ll weave ‘til the end

I don’t think I can ever stop myself anyway

So, I wave my hand as we drift away

Your back turned toward me as I watch you fade

Oblivious. Yet that’s for the better.

You don’t have to know

You don’t need to know

Even the world doesn’t have to know

In the end, I will probably regret

Letting you become the one that got away

But still, I thank the heavens for allowing me

To have known someone so extraordinary as you

You might not see it in the mirror

But I did.

And I’ll always do…

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