I was one who used to think about you everyday.
Pick up twigs,
Climb up on trees far away.
Stare at you through the window.
You were close, but I felt you were a thousand miles away.
Cry when you're hurt like a Saturday kid who got robbed of his take away.
Hold you up when you feel weak,
Sweet, I promised
Nothing would take you away.
But it all was a race to quite
Basement laid up for defeat
Ties tied to the seat,
Floors interlocked for another man's feet.
Only If I could see!
Only if one could tell me!
Only if I could feel,
The whole absence had been there.
Your emotions fought me like a dare,
But I could not see!
My eyes were clouded!
Ladened with the lust and lack of sense,
I crossed the bank and I saw not the sea.
Only If I could see.
That you were up for all that I had,
for all that popped off my wallet,
For all that shown better than the steel seal.
But I could not see.