I will to forget everything, but you
You, my light. You who held a finger of mine,
Cold and freezing, and melted inside.
I will to embrace, hold you
As you turned and I turned back.
Such tender blossoms fluttered; our sky so blue.
Your parting steps, your tender touch
So calm, it was that morn
You escaped my prison, my cage of desires.
And I was left to fend off
Again, for years.
Your back, as you moved on
And the words we said nothing about
They still sleep in my agonized heart.
But I was cruel, to you as us.
I had wanted you as my own
Hoped for the world to forget about you,
You were just mine.
But we were to walk apart
You far, so untouched, so far
In a hazy dream like world.
Guilty, as I remained, clutched in my own self
Wanting but giving nothing back
I hurt, you heard it right?
My pain which I shared and wanted gone
But I, a wretched being, never felt your hurt.
You were mine but I ask it often
Was I ever yours?
Do I even have this right to call you back?