Well I’m lost out here, in the cold in-between. There’s no one, darling and it’s darker than the sea and I can’t talk to you so I stare at my feet. I pass my days, prelude sounds of a train, the chimes that’ll take me to some place far away. I hope when I’m there, I still know your name.

“Why won’t you stay here, just one more day? One day, please.”

This motel is old, the wallpaper’s wet. There’s an empty bottle on the stand beside my bed where someone tried to purge their sorrowed head. I can hear them now, I know they’re getting close. Quick, send me your voice, anything to follow. I don’t want to stay here but I don’t want to go.

“Why won’t you stay here, just one more day? One day, please.”

I can’t, my train is leaving.


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