A Forsaken Apology
A Forsaken Apology1 min 273 1 min 273
A day which never been so long,
My thoughts kept on murmuring
Under the shed of a moonlight dim all along,
Yet the canyon still dark and hush,
So quiet that we can never get hold of,
An ounce of blood running down
Through our seam for so long.
The stars kept on mumbling
Through the doors of heaven and beyond,
Can we make amends for the sin,
Which kept us propelling,
Without possessing any second thoughts.
Wish I could sing a song
Which can forge her to dance,
Till the clouds stopped roaring,
With no meadow left to roll on.
Though I did commit a set of clangers all along,
Even her etiquette give her
A basis to move along,
But can she ever forget and relinquish,
Those forsaken nights which was a reason,
To let her go nutsy with no limits,
Taken under deliberation.
So she went along and alone on her route,
To make me cascade under rue,
Nevertheless now, I'm left here in despair.