Stepping back into my life;
You know as well as I do,
That it's a dangerous move.
Don't play with my head,
Its true, I've began to lower my walls again,
But I can also get hurt once more, greater than I've been.
Everyone deserves a second chance,
But I give it to you in caution;
I can't turn back, on all the progress I've gotten.
So my mind will do it's best,
To make sure my heart stays in line,
And doesn't cross these boundaries, laid so fine.
I question myself,
And question your intent,
Hoping that my next decision doesn't end in regret.
So good luck,
I truly wish you well,
Because this time, I won't be the one who fell.
The 'field of mines' is an analogy for this friendship-ish thing I have with someone.
I know I shouldn't trust her but people can change right? I'm not sure about that one in this case. That's where the 'awareness' comes in. I know not to trust her yet, so I know, theoretically, where to stand in the field of mines until I know it's safe to move forward.
It's ironic that I put it in this analogy because she told me the other day, weeks after I wrote this, the same exact analogy is what she used to explain us.