we’re just fools, walking under empty skies and ruined dreams.
She was the one I could ever ask for.
All the things I adored.
Her smile knew me.
Like no one ever did before.
Saturdays with her felt like forever.
Yet time could never last.
Her lips on mine endured her.
Hands on my hair down to my back.
She laughs; I’m enthralled.
She grabs my waist; I feel loved.
She is mine
She is love
the way you scream under your skin keeps me awake.
baby, you shout the words you couldn’t keep
in your sleep.
if i told you
in fifteen minutes
the world’s gonna end
would you take the one way bus to my house
or the last plane ticket to California
Down by the sea,
You’ll see a girl standing
On the verge of the shore.
Her mind– away.
With a smirk on her face,
She had waited for days,
But love– never came.
Only the wave.
Nothing but salt and dirt,
I know things will never be the same
And still, I regret those days
Days I swore I would never forget
Now I want it all gone inside my head
Look how Liberty is losing her sense and meaning.
Her bright hopeful eyes blurred by the polluting ignorance
The heroine of uniformity- slowly crumbling
Let the hands of Our Father rise you up and stiffen you still
Let His miracles sweep you and your tears away
In these dark times, be refulgent for the lost and weary
Vindicate the unclean, wash away the misdeeds
Lead the huddled masses to breathe freely from your air
Avenged the penniless for your hands are hope to them
Aflame the light from your lamp; let us see the golden door