Max D. Hornbogen
I Sit Alone - Poem by Max D. Hornbogen
I sit alone by my window, while the sun is shining through. So do you think I should get outside, maybe even take a look around. Flowers seem to grow in the summer time.
So I sit alone by my window, while the sun is shining through.
Do you hear the birds singing? Its sounds so beautiful to me.
Your voice is sending me the chills. I can hear you crying and it is tearing me apart inside.
But I only sit by my window, while the sun shines through. I take a look around and I see life all around.
Could I even take a walk, just to let my self-go into the nowhere land?
Feels like the wind is moving around me in different directions.
I can even see the trees moving, as if it was alive. But it was only the wind passing by.
Well I only sit alone by my window, while the sun is shining through.
How could it be that I am here, just waiting for you?
You always seem to take your time, but there is no hurry. I will just let the sun rise up from its bed. Until then I will find my way into the nowhere land.
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