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You sit inside my head
You sat inside my head for months and never said a word,
Though you exposed a vibrant deep confusion down inside.
I knew you loved me, still, I feel the words you haven’t heard,
That love is not always enough with even tears we’ve cried.
You wander endless thoughts of fear inside my shuddered mind.
I plead and beg for you to leave, but you won’t fade away.
I see then how much I would grovel now to change the signs.
Would love we have inside prevail, or leave us still in pain?
You’re in the slowly beating songs I listen to at night.
Among the words, I feel your touch and see your lustrous smile.
You then escape for one second, not holding on so tight,
And then I knew, I wanted to just hold you for a while.
But we both know the gleaming waver of my tearful eyes.
We’ve felt the pain I’m known to cause, and may cause once again.
You wouldn’t take me back; you don’t deserve my awful lies,
And though you sit upon my every cell, we’ve found the end.