you told me not to worry about what tomorrow would be like how we would eat or how we would pay our bills. even after you passed; i always knew you’d still be looking over my shoulder telling me it would be okay.
i remember very little; i loved the way you carried my memories - but after a while i guess you got tired.
at our finger tips something crystal clear before man made smog
it was the light from over the hills no clouds; on the horizon
i found comfort in the dark yet it’s your heart that scares me i lost warmth in the light but it’s your words that terrify me our memory; is tainted by beating lies
i remember when everything was put together, like the lego x-wing before it crashed; & fell to pieces.
now that the baby is gone; i saw your true colors, & it's not what i wanted
your hand reached for mine; fingers danced like petals on a breezy day up my arm down my forearm it's all part of your charm.
it's not that i don't trust you i don't trust myself to see you for what you do not for what you say; every lie is a dime out of my pocket & out of ten- i came up short to pay for the next.
it's the sour first bite that leaves your bottom lip split between another or something new- to tiffany blue's sweet red wine's hands deep sinking beneath another;