Butterflies - Poem by Derek Kuborn
I've seen your body in my dreams now.
And I've heard you sing to me.
Singing songs about how we were meant to be.
But only in my dreams were you there with me.
I miss lying beside you the way we used to be.
I've got some butterflies
They want to fly and fly
And my love does to for you.
I hear the clocks getting louder
They're just calling out your name.
And this room I'm in is lonely. I'm falling down again.
And the ghosts I lay with now. They all have your name.
And they'll comfort me until i see you again
Every time I smoke my cigarettes
I wish on my lucky to have you back.
And every time I see a wishing well I wish the same in fact
If only these superstitions could bring back the past.
Then I'd be happier then ever and my smiles might just last
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