I still won’t see
I still won’t hear
The silence request you don’t want me near
It’s not the tone I don’t know
It’s the message I won’t take home.
It’s been a while, it still feels sudden.
You disappeared and you felt clear.
I still rip out like it was near.
I couldn’t take the hint the end was there.
As time gets longer I am more weighed down.
It wasn’t right when you were around
But it felt right when you were around
Like that time we went to town.
That vow you gave, to take me down
That I won’t get hurt, well, look at me now
I still say it’s sudden, and I’m all alone
Although your silence lets me know.
This is me, living my fear
I will live with this burden for many years.
I can’t forget about you still,
It’s like lightening and it gives me chills
Forgetting about you is against my fractured will.
I block out to the nuanced tones
How your silence is your message:
“Move on and leave me alone”
With your new partner—your love in a new time zone.
While I grow haggard, desperately calling out to an empty home.