In The Dark I See - Poem by Katty Livingston
Forgot what I was looking for, for a while-
Forgot what I was still believing in.
And I'd stop the world, just for you-
I'd walk ten thousand miles,
And back again.
The wind and the rain,
They'll remember my name.
And the storms will keep tumbling down.
But I'll never fall,
Said I'd give you my all.
I'm lost, but maybe you'll find me.
They say that in the end,
We'll just go in separate ways.
But we're safe and sound,
Because the world is round.
So, we'll end up together anyways.
You, you're a lover.
And me, I'm a fighter.
I hide in the dark,
You make everything brighter.
With closed eyes, I still see
But please, don't forget me.
Because it's you,
In the dark I see.
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