Trap myself between two chords, a sound that’s been explored, but a melody about a kind of love I’ve never felt before. It seems that line I've crossed between communication and annoyance, just another reason to beat myself up, brought on by fear of loss. In less than an instant I’ve pulled too hard, spun you right around and thrown you the other way. Last thing I ever wanted to do, it seems you’re the only one who cares what I have to say.

I never use much metaphor in love songs, unable to sit and write long poetic prose comparing you to sunrise or the long awaited dawn. Can’t wrap my head around my heart long enough to complete a thought. But the love I have for you is just as awe-inspiring as any classic poem or famous work of art.

But I can’t put this into words
try as I might.

Put this into words, I dare you.


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