Finalized Past and Future
I caught myself thinking about you.
I shuddered and I then realized.
There must be something about you
That was left over and now I agonize.
Come Sunday caught me in frustration.
Come Tuesday and I just let it run away.
Then on Thursday came a certain confirmation.
That the end had come and you had your way.
Now the bus
made in seconds flat.
Now the gasping
All my seconds
are quickly spent.
Now no way to go
up in smoke.
just a joke.
All my memories
you take away.
Now no where to go.
And oh what a loving feeling
Now no way to go
And of that living giving
Now no where to go
Hard to swallow your dreams this way.
Scrap all of your plans made for future days
And you say,
Just make up your step
And turn and disappear.
You can break that seal
You can and you will.
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