Maybe there was something more Someplace where my mind could rest Where I wouldn't feel such constant flux A place where sleep would come easily But those roads lead to nothing I wanted
Time seemed to pass so slowly Yet so quickly and I begged for more time It happens almost daily One touch will prompt me Even stop me in my tracks
You told me of your dreams And I told you everything About joy and hurt and love gone dim You only smiled and pulled me near I still love that you were the one Who could chase away my fear
I still walk down lonely corridors hoping to find you on my next turn. You are never there waiting for me. I hear you whispering my name more often than I care to admit.
No more hurt Or spewed hatred I will return nothing but love From this day forward Reckless mercy has taught me how to love you
About people hiding behind their masks - a great pretender, a person who pretends to be someone they are not, hinders themselves of true happiness.
We sometimes associate certain places with a specific event in our lives. Behold such great childhood memories that never fade.
Life is in flux Constantly moving Changing The ebb and flow Whether I like it or not
I am aware of every pain Of every pull Of every tug Breathing First I need to learn to breathe Then we will work on my feet
Shut down the sadness The loneliness The worry All of the rage The hurt and the fear There isn’t any need You shouldn’t want any of it
He doesn’t know what he is saying. Doesn’t he see the pain? Can he not see the wound? Pressure has been applied.
Even so I won’t go I won’t change I won’t worry I won’t regret