by David Martinez
Monday, March 26, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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I try to escape from these feelings within.
Now that you’re gone, loneliness remains,
Replacing your presence – Without a smile,
The hours somehow pass, while it still rains.
So what am I to do,
When almost all point of living is gone.
Left with only longing and sadness –
Never has my heart felt so raped and torn.
“Can we be just friends”
Not a question, but a plea.
Trying to at least save the memories,
Now that of my burden you’ve cast yourself free.
Hours I spend starring at the phone,
Or out my window – Maybe you’ll be standing there.
Every corner that I turn, atop of every flight of stairs
I hope to see you waiting for me – It’s all too much to bare.
At times there’s nothing different,
At times it’s all the same.
You’re not here, but still with me.
At times I’m consumed by all the pain.
Caught in a perpetual storm.
Everything is changing, I’m denying that it is.
Being propelled forward against my will.
Time to move on – But I never wanted this.
I try to concentrate on work,
But look out my window – Attention hard to pay.
Your absence is distracting – Where has this lead us?
Are you looking out your window, starring out my way.