Top Drift

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I never knew how easy it was
to fall out of love. Heaven above
is the sole witness to my misery.

Mercy, mercy me, how can it be
that all I have now are fragments and memory
Dim images of yellow and green
Of what could be and what may be.
Maybe, maybe I should be free.
Give me liberty or give me death
because it’s my God given right
to do you like you did me,
To walk out: to leave.

I never knew how easy it was
to fall out of love. Heaven above
might be the sole witness to my misery.

Maybe, Maybe behind
turned back you’ll belittle and beguile.
Remind me that a loaded coin has two faces.
Vases shatter into a thousand pieces
is the sound of broken dreams.
Goals wither without the beams
of sun to nurture the petals and leaves.

I never knew how easy it was
to fall out of love, and Heaven above
will be the sole witness to my misery.

Light…wash your brilliance over me
In your radiance I will be naked and clean;
Cold and confused, but alive as the tree
That has woken from winter sleep
to shed its leaves and be born again
Maybe that’s how I’ll be.

I never knew how easy it was
to fall out of love. Heaven above
could be the sole witness to my misery.

When ducks are set in a row
one may miss the bend in the stream:
The ebb and flow.
When eggs are set in a basket
one must break to fit the weave
and this does show
that

I never knew how easy it was
to fall out of love. Heaven above
should be the sole witness to my misery.

Maybe, maybe I can no longer be
who you wanted me to be.
Maybe, maybe I have changed priorities
Maybe, maybe I just need to be me.





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