I’d hesitate to call you mine,
Property’s an ugly crime.
I’d sit still on seesaws if you’re inclined,
But you know I’d let you down.
Yes, I’d only let you down.

Without words, I waved goodbye,
I've no strategy for exiting.
I have no designs,
We can’t be what you don’t want to be.

I feel I’m losing ever faster,
Your lips, your love, your over-laughter,
Your time.
I fled the scene you've long awaited,
Us, vis-à-vis, unwed, un-jaded,
By time.

I raced home,
To capture you in song.
But your will’s too strong,
I can’t write you into my life,
In my greatest work of fiction,
Is it true that we don’t work on paper?

I’d hesitate to call you mine,
You've given me no reason to.
I’d curse laws of physics and astral signs,
But they’re founded on beliefs,
Just what someone else perceives.

If we both drew straight lines,
They’d pass like cold pedestrians.
I have no designs,
We can’t be what you don’t want to be.

Another year, and she decided,
Another year, and she’d be biding her time,
A finite world is all she crafted,
A lip-gloss ending everlasting, through time.

I stayed home,
To end this awful song,
But your will’s too strong,
There’s been no clear denouement,
In this strange, continual fiction,
Could this be some classic novel plot line?

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