This Is What Your Abscence Does, Turn My Brain Into Fuzz, I See You When I Close My Eyes, And All Alone I Hyperbolize - Poem by Twisted Moon
Just two nights ago you were in my arms,
And I was cheering you up with my childish charm,
And you looked into my eyes with pure bliss,
And you leaned in for one last kiss.
And in my ignorance I laughed,
For I didn’t know it wouldn’t last,
So I lied there and smiled wide,
And I held your hand with you at my side.
If only I had known this was the last time,
If I had only known you would never be mine,
I would have taken you right there and ran away,
And we would have been together forever and a day.
But instead I’m lying here all alone,
In my substitute for a broken home,
But every time I close my eyes I see you smile wide,
But it isn’t me at your side.
But every night I lie down to sleep I think of you,
And all of the things that we never got to do,
I will never accept this, I will never move on,
I still can’t believe you’re gone.
But tonight I lie here in my bed,
Saying exactly what I should have always said,
And I think you just might be saying it too,
Good night, sweet dreams, I love you.
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