Seeing Sinking Ships
I see you rowing the boat I was once stuck in.
I was looking for an island or somewhere to rest my head,
Cause I was stressing from the questions.
I was hurt from the guilt of winds that kept blowing in my direction.
I know it hurts and even with a life vest on, it still feels as tho you’re drowning.
That relation-ship’s anchor broke loose and left a hole.
You’re sinking in your melancholy, yet you find yourself floating in the right direction.
Peep the radars, even in extreme stealth they’ll still manage to find you.
Hearts ain’t no joke, so what’s suppose to be punchlines are more like knockouts.
Some how this all defines you —
What do you do when the person you love defies you?
All this time staring love in the face, but it was made up…
They threw your heart back in your face, you were being lied to.
What should you do?
Your heart cant think, but your mind is the reason you feel the way you do.
All the broken promises and fuzzy memories.
I remember — you don’t need to keep reminding me of what we use to be!
How could this even be?
How was I not able to see?
Falling for another, yet you always seem to catch me.
I had grown complacent with it being a thought, maybe even a reoccurring dream, but I refuse to make this pain my reality.