You used to inspire me
And now you just annoy me
I don’t know why I tried to hold on before
It felt so tiresome, I felt so sore
The smiles you gave were temporary and fleeting
Now I look back on our first meeting
It only took you a couple of months to take my heart
And now, after many years of being apart
I’m glad to say it has come to an end
And I’m better now, although a little bent
He’s in books
On pages and my thoughts
He’s smart and annoying
Arrogant yet humble
Human enough and yet, still a dream
Where for art thou?
In this square room I suddenly hear
Waves crashing that seems too far away
Light years they are! Light years!
I see the beach, I feel the sand beneath my feet
My mind wanders
While my body remains in this seat.
The mountains call, their cold springs wait
While I am nowhere near them
Alas! This awful fate!
I’d like to leave now
Leave and be free
It’s not it’s fault
It had to come
Otherwise everything would end
So it had to start
I woke up late
Which I like and never hate
No alarms and not in a hurry
Taking things slow, I don’t have to scurry
My lazy day
Doing it the lazy way
I wish I could wake late everyday
If only it was always Sunday
I love the rain and the sun
I love the moon and stars even when they’ve gone
I love the butterflies that have become scarce
And the dragonflies that have disappeared
I am in space
I constantly look up to the sky
Some may think I’m lonely
I think I’m strong enough to stand on my own
I’m great and that’s the truth
I’m fine, I’m grand
I am in space because I love to contemplate
But why would I want anyone else
When there is only him?
Why would I look elsewhere
When I only have him in my dreams?
But why would I cry?
Or be shy?
When I truly loved only him
The past remains in the past
You can visit but shouldn’t stay
Suddenly I just remember him
His smile and the way he walks
I used to roam the hallways in the hopes of seeing him
Though I don’t have that feeling anymore
His memory makes me smile still