Self Medicating Day Dreams - Poem by V. Vagari
I once saw a movie about a struggling beauty that was searching for forgiveness too,
because she cheated on her lover and fell in love with another, and she didn’t know what to do.
Now such terrible feelings should have meant nothing to me, but it’s clear to me now that they do;
the pitter-patter of reasons that reminds me of treasons, the exception to the good and true.
Sometimes I dream of you dreaming, where I’d wager you see me, because I know I’ve been dreaming of you;
but through the passage of seasons I’m reminded of reasons, I still walk while I’m waiting for you.
Baby I have a secret that I don’t want to regret, it reminds me of the way that you do;
that I’d forgive you…since I know I've been a sinner too.
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