I remember now the times when the sun
would pick me up in its long arms
and talk to me of all the things that I was wondering.

It would answer all the questions that I had,
back when I didn't question anything.
I remember believing that the sun was there for me.

But now my sight is obscured by worry.
My love for life is drowned by responsibility.
My joy suffocated for a need of practicality.
A ghost of my former self forced into predictability.

There's a gap between the present and the past
where your presence doesn't help across but at last
I can say what I came here to say.

That it's become just so hard to believe
when I know where I'm bound
that my time isn't being counted, clicking terminally down.

So some days I find myself hiding in the embers of a fire
Some days I can't be found at all.
Most of the time, I want to invite you inside,
but how can I trust your smile if I can't trust mine?


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