You're half asleep.
The rain and sleet.
It's colder now.
If I could leave…
And walk away.
Get on that plane and sever you.
This limb that won't die.

I feel the bars.
Through the mattress from the frame.
That keeps me from the floor.
It's weaker now.
This inhibition's what it was.
It keeps me from the door.

I think of what I could tell you to believe.
But please turn and just walk away.
And it shames me but I've been through this once before.
It's not crazy, if you do the same thing twice.

And you say: "What's wrong?"
And I say: "This has gone on too long".

And I think of what I could tell you to believe.
But please turn and just walk away.
And it shames me but I've been through this once before.
This feeling, which I can't ignore.
Oh no…


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