Ask 11: To You I Leave The Sun And Moon - Poem by David Lacey
To you I leave the sun and moon
and dream that I may catch you soon,
Dreams float on gently as the breeze,
Please me don’t tease me babe,
It isn’t so easy anymore
Your standing in the doorway and I cant take it anymore.
Slip on slide,
Back to hide
Behind the rules
That used to tie
Let loose with a frown,
Don’t you wish to see the light?
Don’t you wish to know your wrong from right?
Don’t you wish to search for ancient wisdoms in this land?
Take me by the hand as we walk the nightmares of this town
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