Roshni D'Souza lived in India until the age of 16 and is a citizen of Canada, but currently finds herself living and working as a physical therapist in Ohio. She never really feels at home anywhere, but is able to functionally adapt everywhere. She's also trying to convince herself that home is where the heart is; however, that is a task much easie ...
I wake up to the reality of my dreams
To find you woven in every moment, it seems.
Life goes on... simple, sedate;
I seem content enough with my fate.
I wake up to the reality of my reality
To find your presence, now mere anonymity.
Life carries on... simple, sedate;
I've come to terms with my fate.
Then there are days when the lines seem to blur.
Are you my dream or my reality, I cannot know for sure.
Life inches along... simple, sedate;
I wonder if I wandered into someone else's fate.
PS. Written for anyone who can identify with having to live with the loss of a loved one.