This One Way Streets Causing A Head On Collision - Poem by Ville Vanity
You're shallow like the low tide shoreline,
but my hopes were never quite that high.
You left me with a scar, and simply walked away.
I knew I saw it coming, I'm just not that great.
We always seem to fight, life can't be this way.
I can't just let it go, I just don't see the light.
There's just something about you, through my thoughts it rings.
I have to find out all these things, and find out where you got your wings.
Where can I go when I want you around, but I can't see it?
I'll walk myself to you, and away from my place.
I'm not afraid of what you'll say, 'Cause I've heard it all before.
So, I'll take back every step towards you, and stop failing
everything I do.
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