listen to some sad songs look at a couple of photos remember the good times and all the things that made you smile wipe a few tears here and there sleep an hour or a dozen cry a little more till there's no water left in your body to offer but remember this is only temporary and when you wake up it'll just be another memory.
My times are changing so fast, how strange my life does seem, different but just a short time ago a life of being a happily a married man, years ahead still to come I thought how wrong I was Then all gone like washed away with the evening tide only our loved ones miss us left with just our photos and the memories If not for those, no one would even know we'd ever been here
Photos memories washed tide gone married happily wrong
Here you are - frozen in time. Here i have captured The warmth of your smile
Lines speak experience, Framing ageless eyes. Your infectious radiance Tells me no lies.
No joy is contained, No emotion forced. There is no need for restraint - No need for remorse.
This moment will survive, Unspoiled by time and wear. Even after death arrives, You'll always be there.
Felt compelled to write something after flicking through the pictures on my phone. I have very few pictures of the important people of my life. I also realised that my favourite pictures were the worst ones.
It took looking at your pictures today To remind me why I deteste your name Taking them before I didn't know they'd linger with pain Curse the digital world Where I can't watch you turn to ash in a radiant flame
Each and every page that goes by Out of the corner of my youthful eye I can see each and every passing thought I expected fate should have bought.
With tears tumbling down each cheek Them bright happy faces are so sought to seek Did those eyes seven months ago know of today? Did they know his mind would ever be okay?
And with trembling fingers, I can scarcely believe That memory misplaced in my web of weaves I used to be able to say that I had HER heart Now I lay on the floor waiting for the inevitable depart. For every smile I see knows not of what we now do And we've changed from the years that changed even you So should I still be in love with the girl that flipped me upside down? And risk all those months again wearing that same darkened frown?
Because each and every photo from yesterday Lacks what is present here right now And if I ever could relive any of my years I would still experience the same fears.