Brian Bwesigye

Rookie (7th, November,1987 / Kabale, Uganda)

A thousand miles


Making my way down town walking fast
Faces past and I am homebound
Staring blankly ahead making my way through the crowd
And I’ll need you and I’ll miss you
And now, I wonder

If I could fall into the sky
Do you think time would pas me by
Because you know I’d fall a thousand miles
If I could just see you tonight

I don’t want to let you know
I live in your memory

I do not want to let this go
I do not

Submitted: Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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