Walking In The Rain - Poem by Aazar Anis
Iam standing on something thats far from real
I know ive tried but i cant pretend i feel
I learned to read the signs, never knew you'd go
Iam empty now u can see me torn in two...
I've bin walking this road and I wish I knew the way
I know where u are, but I don't know what to say
Can u be oblivious to the shadows, pretend they don't surround?
Two more steps from the edge, but I will stick around...
I've always known the difference between the right and the wrong
You're feeling scared asking my name, here I don't belong
I miss you so and the way we used to sing
I walk these streets but I regret everything...
I've heard the gods declare from up above
I only hurt the ones I love
And I choose to run when these walls are closing in
Sometimes you need some protection, the thin of the skin...
I've been walking this damn road, wish I knew the way
I should've never held your hand, you lead me astray
You were never like this, you could feel my pain
I've always said your love is shelter, and I'm walking in the rain...
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