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Imagine You and Me
I've pondered this so many times.
It seemed so close, so true then.
So much more believable in my thoughts.
It was just so much easier when I imagined it.
But then imagination isn't reality.
And reality was the wedge instead of the anchor,
And made my thoughts the only place I could be with you.
It all seems like a waste,
That I couldn't have shared a lifetime with you.
I couldn't grow with you,
Couldn't learn from you.
Couldn't rediscover myself with you.
I had imagined our whole life together,
But reality wouldn't give us a day.
I hold onto the sweet false reality,
That maybe you could love me back.
But I'm not hurt, you're still with me.
And in my mind, you always will be.