But Tonight

October 19, 2012
By PeterJoseph SILVER, Brewster, New York
PeterJoseph SILVER, Brewster, New York
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Favorite Quote:
Ticking clocks remind me that I'm still alive; Taunting me with consistencies at this hectic time.


I'm running out of time,
To say the words I wish I never had to;
But I'm not sure that I'm ready.
Preparing now,
For the fall that is sure to break me,
Somehow I'm holding steady.

I wash your words down,
With a kiss upon your lips;
Now I think it's time to go.
I drive away,
And I make it half-way home;
Then I double back down your road.

Cause
I don't have to leave just yet,
We have so many stories left to tell;
Tomorrow, we start our separate journeys,
But tonight, we have ourselves.

Laying on a blanket,
We cry beneath the stars;
Until the sun comes up.
Now I'm choking,
On the simplest vibrations;
I can't seem to clear my thought.

It is so hard,
To leave you;
It's only getting harder.
There was much time,
We had to spend together;
I only wish we had some more.

I don't have to leave just yet,
We have so many stories left to tell;
Tomorrow, we start our separate journeys,
But tonight, we have ourselves

I'm sure as hell gonna find my way,
Back home to you;
Wish I could fall into your autumn eyes,
The way I used to do.

I don't have to leave just yet,
We have so many stories left to tell;
Tomorrow, we start our separate journeys,
But tonight, we have ourselves



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