We let each other go
With the wisp in the silence that was in between
You had hurt me so deeply
But you'll never know
For it was time to let go
There are no hard feelings,
No second guesses,
You did what you said
For the first time ever
And trust me
It was a breath of relief knowing that we were free
From these bounds that we once called home
I'm sorry that it didn't work out how we wanted it to
Or how we imagined it would be
But that was for the best
I wasn't made to be in your life forever
And that's okay
However the world still stays the same
It'll still rotate on its axis
And the world would move on
This isn't such a bad thing,
We left a mark together in our own worlds
In our own way
That's what matters most
Our time has come to a close
But that is not such a bad thing
It was for the best, my long lost friend
I wouldn't change a thing
This is goodbye, my friend
I wish you the best
How do I love?
In the moment is where I cry
Sensitive to you
Sensitive to the idea of forever, but I have to let myself tingle
Beyond eachother, stop signs don't bother
We're going without a green light
Gliding through the wind we trust
Satan in the mirror
God behind my back
I kiss the mirror and turn around
Smile baby boy, I just kissed and faced ideas made by humans like you
The evil and good generates from them
So how do I love?
Do I just trust a human with a pussy because I see a future?
But when I see the future, I forget I can die right now
The risk is everything
when Delores was young,
she lived in a town named Chanal
with a merry-go-round.
eternity bearing down.
everyone moving round and round
skirting around the edges of things
scared of getting off; they'd rather drown.
as Delores grew older
she became increasingly confused.
she wondered why everyone stays on
is there really that much to lose?
"Let me off, let me off!," she exclaimed.
"What is she doing?," screamed one little girl.
"She is deranged," yelled Clip who had 5 women attached to his hip. His wife is on Charlie, blue horse. They'd grown distant while riding the merry-go-round.
Delores lets go and she jumps. dizzy at first
her head spins and spins about
she's invisible in the pitch dark of a night
her burning feet on untouched sand feels just right
echoes of laughter from the merry-go-round sting her ears, penetrate through her
body; it musters fear
for she has stepped off and no one is near
she sits quietly on a park bench and watches the world go by.
she has made it off this torturous devise. she's now in control of her life.