rakan sliman

(14/4/1989 / Lebanon Saida)

Streets Remain Empty


                
dear vladimir, everyone and everything
is changing exactly like we wanted
like when the summer turns to fall
and everyone and every call
is built on this message so dont burn it away
im just telling you the news
i've connected the fuze!
just dont go away!
    
every street remains
and all the needles in my vains
are calling back your name
im not the one to blame
cause yes i've been waiting for long time now
im looking back at you
you're looking at me too
but you will go away
 
tell me the truth
are you coming back to me?
or should i grieve?
i cant express anymore
im the one who falls
with ashes and dreams
with tears i sleep
and yes again i am the one who left to weep

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2008

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