Do you think of me often, like I do you?
Catch wind of your name
Fire ablaze within.
Painted pink, heavy breath, wet palms.
Infectious thoughts, they are.
Do you remember the day I let you go?
Airplanes lending our secrets to the clouds.
You think it shows?
You could be happy now.
I’d rather not know.
Loved you first when we were children.
I don’t want to waste another minute
God, I don’t want to wait until tomorrow
To tell you how I’d feel the rest of my life*
Do you remember the look in my eyes?
The one for you, and you only?
You left me upside down, you know that?
Now you sit warmly behind the walls
You’ve built. Shame, I didn’t see them then.
Can you recall the endless conversation
Over dinner that changed my life?
Words dancing freely from my mouth to yours.
Yours to mine. God my cheeks burned as I grinned.
High above the world we were. Eastern city lights admiring our bliss.
And now? Strangers, you and I.
I sit bitterly with my fairytales and firesides.
Intimate with the love you never gave.
God it feels good to dream.
The idea of you silencing my truth.
Your pride looks good on your arm.
You two make a great pair.
Does she laugh with you too?
Can she love you as I always do?
Dining for one suits you well.
——Original Love Story——
*Inspiration: Lyrics from Mat Kearney’s City of Black and White