I find my way back
To conversations you left behind.
I dig on the words, on the promises
That you walked away from.
Just like that, in the middle of a sunny day
A rock pulls me down with bitter weight of memories.
I crawl, pause, crawl, trying to reach home,
Only to find you at every door .
Tears must be heavy to bear,
And most of mine scream your name.
What do I do to give this love away?
I have only known it,
For corroding my teeth, for popping blisters on my heart.
The day after we said goodbye,
I thought I had almost died.
Our paths never crossed for good,
We brought death in a bottle of wine.
And I remember you,
Trying to unlearn you.
But the truth cuts my throat.
I love you but sometimes,
I'd rather die than have to feel this way inside .