Lizelle 'Leasel' Martins

(Johannesburg, South Africa)

Here again


Here I am again
Same place, I left so many years ago
A place I didn't want to return
A place I thought I would never see again
But here I am again
Standing here
No change of how I felt
No change of how I feel

With so much that has happened
That never happened
That could have happened
That should have happened
And probably never will
I return to this familiar place

I want to stay
Stay and hope things changed
You changed, It changed
But it really hasn't changed at all
Cause we meant to be
Meant to be what we Are
I know it's going to be hard
I will forgive myself eventually
But for now
Please let me go


(c) Leasel Lizelle Martins

Submitted: Monday, July 09, 2012
Edited: Friday, April 05, 2013
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